Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Gastonia, NC - Born & raised in Connecticut - 31 years
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It is also possible that the car was ordered by a customer or dealer with a non-production color. The paint codes were left off on these cars. You can verify with the PHS documents for your car and verify the color. If it was a custom ordered color, the paint color will be listed/shown as "Special" as several members have run into this trying to verify their car's original non-production color. Unfortunately that does not help verify the color, but it does verify that your car's color was not a production color. I had a '67 GTO convert that had no paint code and was painted Iris Mist, a 1965 color that was not available in 1967.