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You can use a brush paint kit or a spray pint kit. Most kits say you don't need to remove the calliper, but it's much better if you do, to avoid any contamination of braking surfaces. The majority of professionals would spray, as it provides a better finish most often, however, if you are good with a brush, and you take your time, you can do a good job. When spraying, try and hang the calliper up if you can, it will make your life much easier and provide a better finish.
Yes. It is a very, very nice car.
i know my Lexus turns off sometimes when i drive cuz my battery terminals r loose so it shuts off the car