You could also look into Plastidip. It's kind of like a rubberized spraypaint, it goes on just like paint, but feels more like rubber or plastic when on. It can be peeled away pretty easily, and will protect the paint while giving the car a unique color. Usually people do it just to wheels or badges or trim pieces, but it can be applied to the entire car and can look quite nice if done right. Look up dipyourcar.com for example of folks doing the entire car.
Here's a good one in a color similar to what you want:
Mine: 2008 Saab 9-3 Aero SportCombi XWD: 87k, Black, Manual, JZW Stage 1. 320hp/400tq.
Gone: 2002 SVT, #1654
Hers: 2010 Focus SES: 78k, Ebony, Auto, Moon and Tune