I researched Zolatone last fall after purchasing a 54 Cruiser. The original paint in the interior is Zolatone in a light gray. The PO had painted over it in many areas with an off-white interior paint. Not sure when it was re-painted. Worried about lead, etc...
I emailed the Zolatone manufacturer for help on where to purchase and any information regarding re-applying an older interior. I received an email back from the corporate folks that was a carbon copy to the regional rep. He never contacted me. I was kind of bummed.
I also did some research on the forums about re-applying Zolatone and the info was sparse but there. Seems to be a bit tricky to get an even application and the application process seems a bit toxic. Masks, suit, spray gun etc.
I would love to hear if you find out any info on application or resources for Zolatone. I still haven't decided what to do. For me, it would be nice to have the interior paint and wood as close to original as possible, but I may have to settle for a soft eggshell paint style. I like the softness of the Zolatone that I would only be able to achieve with an eggshell finish.
Before I make my final decision I'm going to see if there are any local Zolatone painters in my area.
I found the info on this thread very informative.
ABS faux painting