Use the same paint as on the car, color depends on the interior color as to whats correct. Lower dash bonnet and column would be car color (Barrier Blue), glove box and passengers side and door sills would be interior color (turquoise).
I am trying to touch up a rock chip and am using the same metallic paint as my car was painted with (left-over paint from body shop). The problem is that when I apply the paint to the chip using a small brush, it is noticeably darker than the sprayed-on paint. I stir the paint of course before...
Does anyone know if the bumper fillers on a 67 are all painted body color or just the edge that shows behind the bumper corner. My painter is asking.
I have attached a picture of an old one (not the one I am installing) for reference.
My car’s original color is April Gold. It is now white (that way when I bought it). Will be repainting it so do I go back original or something more modern?
The car is a numbers matching survivor driver. A good driver but not a show car.
looking for a consensus.
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...