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Hi there, I've had a look on my paint system, and the only formula which looks like a possibility is paint code 205110 - Gris Metal Froid Effect.
You may need to go to a dedicated automotive paint suppliers for this, as Halfords may not have the same set-up as me.
If the damage is fairly localised, then I wouldn't get an aerosol, just a touch-up paint, thin it down a little and apply on the wheel - but remove it from the car first, and apply the paint whilst the wheel is lying flat.
It should disguise any damage for a fraction of the cost of refurbing.
Hope that helps,
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