It took me about three weeks of epoxying and sanding to get to this point. Three weeks is an awful long time, but this is the first time I've done anything like this. With experience it could be done in a few days. Finally it was time to primer it.
After a few coats of primer I sprayed it with an Orange Peel Spray.
Then I laid on a few more coats of primer.
On to painting. Finding the right color paint would be tricky. Remember, I wanted this to look stock so I would have to very closely match the color of the dash. I took the stock bezel out of my car and into Home Depot. I asked one of the guys in the paint department for help. I told him I needed to match the color of the bezel. He said he could color match it, but then it wouldn't be a spray paint. There is no way I could paint it with a brush and make it look nice and I didn't have access to a professional spray booth, so I needed a spray paint. The guy was actually very helpful. He grabbed a piece of cardboard and tested every can of spray paint that looked like it could have been a match. Finally we found one. It was a $2 can of America's Finest, Smoke Gray. You can't tell it's not OEM without knowing. The pictures do not do it justice.
On the left is the stock bezel that came with my car and on the right is the one from the junk yard.
Here it is with the screen mounted.
A rear view.
Running FrontRow on my Mac Mini.
I had to cut the bottom of the LCD housing to get it to fit.
Finally mounted in the car.