It Sikkens me that I can't find that stuff around here, especially when two toning .....But I like Chroma One, (single stage,Base and clear), when spraying a single color, and no pinstripping or graphics are used under a clearcoat. it's also available locally. A bit pricey, but it flows out really nice. Saves on the amount of time it takes too. With a military, you could get away without wet sanding and buffing. Not sure if you could get it in a flat or matte color though. And It really does not pay to go cheap on the paint, especially on the gas tank... You don't need much of it.
It's on the fragile side, rubs off easily, but it's durable.
I'm not a expert on military motorcycles.....Other then I know I like them. But I have heard somewhere that.....Particularly with the Brits and the Germans,,,,,that they pressed into service any bike they could get their hands on. Took off a minimal amount of parts and sprayed them. Rims...spokes...engines...handlebars and all. Missed area's, Some paint on the tires etc. Would probably be more " Authentic" then the perfect paint job. I don't think those scouts and dispatch riders really gave a ........What they looked like.
Sounds purpose built. What is it? About 700 miles from Normandy to Berlin.... And hardly broken in...