A 2005 would have clear from factory. If he did it correctly he would scuff the whole 1/4 / box side and spot blend the base each way and then clear the whole panel. There should be NO color match problem if done this way. If he based all the way to the next panel he is an idiot. Will never work. If he did it correctly and still has a mis-match then there's a possibility that he didn't have a "dedicated gun" for his clear and the clear cote was diluted even slightly with some flake residue from not cleaning the gun perfectly after base then it could possibly lighten or make the panel sparkle differently all the way to the break point. I assume you or he buffed/polished the ajoining panels to brighten it to meet the shine of the new paint? Are you 100% sure that it wasn't always this way? Did you buy it new? We all know of the factory mis-matches.Some parts are painted seperately and at different times and in the case of plastic facias etc, withn a different paint and procedure all together. Corvette facia,s never matched the body in metalics.
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