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 Posted: 03-19-2007 08:01 pm
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jcdean
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Does anyone have a paint code for this color?

Joey

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 Posted: 03-20-2007 03:46 am
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Mark Rosenbaum
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From my 1974 parts book:
Air drying paint: manufacturer GIP, GL 31032.
Low bake paint: manufacturer GIP, LSC 31032.

I don't know if these numbers are still current, or can be cross-referenced to something current.  Perhaps one of the members associated with a body shop can advise.

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 Posted: 03-20-2007 04:23 pm
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Mitch Ware
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PPG code is 14926 and is available in laquer only

 

Mitch Ware

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 Posted: 03-20-2007 06:41 pm
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Thanks Mark and Mitch,

I had to call PPG and they reactivated the color for me so that it can be ordered online.  I found a local Vo-Tech that will consider doing the bodywork and paint for me this fall.  I just have to buy the supplies and be willing to be without a JH for about 3 months while they learn by doing.  I have a friend that had his car done this way about 4 years ago and it was a very good job and is holding up quite nicely.  For all that are building on a budget, you may want to look into this.  Good for you and good for the kids.

Joey

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