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I thought rustyspring's idea was a good one...contact Dupont and get their paint code for that year and car. That's what a restoration shop would do...in all likelihood you'll be using the actual original paint itself, not just a color match. It may be available in a touch up spray can...but if not (and if you don't like airbrushes) you can buy a "fill it yourself" aerosal at any body shop or online which will allow you to spray the lime from Dupont if they only have it in quarts.

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Glad you found your paint...just curious, the response saying your color relied on a discontinued basic seems to have come from Paints4U.com not Dupont. Am I correct about that? I mean...I'm sure that Paints4U represented themselves as being right on top of things...but that hasn't been my experience. Anyway, dealing with a similar situation with motorcycle paint just now...and curious about who said what.

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