======= Try a large autobody supply store. In many cases they will have the formulation for insudtrial colors as well as automotive ones. Unless you are experenced with a spray gun and have a booth, you might want to consider contacting a autobody shop to see what they would charge to shoot the boxes.
Unka' George [George McDuffee]
------------------------------------------- He that will not apply new remedies, must expect new evils: for Time is the greatest innovator: and if Time, of course, alter things to the worse, and wisdom and counsel shall not alter them to the better, what shall be the end?
Francis Bacon (1561-1626), English philosopher, essayist, statesman. Essays, "Of Innovations" (1597-1625).
I went to NAPA and talked to them. They said that this PPG Ditzler paint is highly toxic and is not easy to find locally.
I think that what I will do is, take a part of this Snap-On cabinet and go to Ace Hardware. They have a decent paint selection, so I will buy a couple of spray cans with matching color and use that (after degreasing, cleaning and wirebrushing).
If you are going to paint pretty much the whole thing why not just use a color you like and is easy to get. I don't see any advantage to matching the Snap-On color unless you are doing touch up (shrug).
I like common colors that are easy to match and find. I use a lot of gloss black and white :)
If you're painting the whole thing, I'd highly suggest just taking it to an auto painting company and letting them do it. They will almost certainly do a better job than you would do with spray cans, and they would use the high quality automotive paints. If you figure your time for preparing a suitable work area and then cleaning the mess up after they are probably cheaper too.