Thanks for looking in gentlemen.
Joel: I have been diging, for info regarding colors. From what I have been able to find, it apears that Ford offered, several colors, in the first few years, then found a new, cheaper way of painting, which, at the time, could only be done in black, so for a number of years, black was the only color available. At a later stage several colors were once more offered.
I havent been able to dig up information, whether they had a shiny finish or more to the dull side.
My choice of colors was, most likely, not available in 1911, but I like the color combo and have chosen to keep it on the shiny side, though not too shiny.
I done almost no research on the early Model Ts, but I've seen a few documentaries on Ford, his Model T, and his greatest invention; The Assembly line. While none has gone into much detail about paint and painting processes, for some reason I just remembered the one and only comment I can recall as to color. Any color the buyer wanted was fine, but only Matt Black is the only color that the T's were painted. you explanation as limitations of the process makes a lot of sense to me.