Great looking car. Is your car Yorktown Blue? I bought a '64 GTO in June and am getting ready to paint it. The original color was Yorktown Blue and I'm going back with that.
I am also trying to get the interior silver/blue paint. I bought a couple of cans of Premium OEM Interior Paint from Amesperf.com but am not satisfied with it. It just won't blend properly and looks patchy after spraying. I'm still looking for other options and will let you know if I find out anything.
Thanks guys. It still has the original paint on it, but the hood, roof and trunk have primer showing through. I'll be getting it repainted in the next couple months. I'm not 100% sure, but I think this color is called aquamarine.
I have a 1967 GTO that is nearing completion (I hope) of the metal work (both quarters had some rust and both hinge pillars). I am anticipating dustless blasting next spring. Is the next step then application of a primer or filler? I assume there won't be any new areas to do metal...
I need to touch up my 389 in my '65 GTO and have had no luck matching the color.
I have #208 Pontiac blue from Valspar and DE 1616 Duplicolor which both have a silver
like color that I see in the later model motors.
Can anyone steer me to the non metallic old school blue green color I can...
Looking to add the Judge stripes (only) to my '69 GTO (Not the Judge decals). Where can I find placement information? I got hold of an actual drawing from GM, but the file format looked like an old 30th generation Xerox copy so none of the dimensions were clear enough to read.
Do they make a upper dash panel for a 1966, GTO, LEMANS? I looked all over the inter net for one and could not find one. I would think other people had this same problem, lower part of the dash/ windshield needing repair?