This case is black and I presume the '95 is black, too, so close enough!
I picked up this case and it looks like it's a very low mileage case. The paint is very nice with very minimal rub marks on it.
It looks all original with factory paint. The thing that has me wondering, though, is that there is some paint over-spray on the inside of the case and on the oil filler cap threads. That would seem a bit odd for a factory paint job, but there's nothing about the case that says "repaint", unless they did it with all the seals out and with the sight window out.
I also hit the case with some acetone and some heat; neither affected the paint, so it's definitely not a rattle-can paint
What I'm wondering about is if that sounds normal for a black case of that vintage. If you've had yours off, was there some over-spray on the inside? Does it look like there's some paint in the oil filler threads?
I will eventually paint the outside grey, but need to be sure the black paint is original and is going to stay put. If not I may need to blast it.
Here are some pictures:
That small rub mark is the only wear mark on the case. The uneven appearance is from my greasy mitts handling the thing.
Here's the inside. The dark tone is paint. The inside of my Gen2 cases are raw aluminum.