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#743721 - Sat Apr 30 2011 03:09 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: smaiocco]
squeeze Offline
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Registered: Sun Jul 08 2001 12:00 PM
Posts: 5814
Loc: Vancouver Island
Steve - all the trim on your 58 should be white if it's not chrome, if the front one is chrome, the back one should also be chrome .... both bumpers, the grill, headlight doors, hubcaps and the tailgate lettering were "Artic Beige", an off-white .... if you're concerned with use wear, powder coat it

Bill
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#743839 - Sun May 01 2011 06:26 AM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: squeeze]
smaiocco Offline
New Guy
Registered: Fri Jan 07 2011 01:21 PM
Posts: 32
Loc: Boston area
Thanks, Bill. Much appreciated.
Steve
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#744189 - Mon May 02 2011 05:34 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: UnklRod]
TexChev Offline
New Guy
Registered: Sun May 01 2011 02:02 PM
Posts: 9
Loc: Texas
My 51 Chev 3100 has two bolt holes in the exterior of each rear fender right above the rear wheels. Have seen trucks of the same vintage with a fender support in that area that runs up to the top of the fender and I suppose that bolts to the bed.
Anyone have a source for those parts?
Thanks,
Tex Chev 51
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#744190 - Mon May 02 2011 05:40 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: TexChev]
TexChev Offline
New Guy
Registered: Sun May 01 2011 02:02 PM
Posts: 9
Loc: Texas
Fender bolt holes. Opppps gonna take me a while to get familiar with the system. Will post to another topic.
Regards,
Tex Chev 51
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#764998 - Sat Jul 23 2011 08:58 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: dave kelly]
Kojack Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 27 2010 07:53 PM
Posts: 17
Loc: Weirton, WV
Can anyone tell me the color used on the interior of my '57 panel? Looks like some kind of grey.
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#765000 - Sat Jul 23 2011 09:04 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: Kojack]
squeeze Offline
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it is 'some kind of gray' Kojack, the lighter one was called Marble Gray and the darker [dash top, column, and floor] was called Charcoal - don't know of any modern formulas to match

Bill
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#765008 - Sat Jul 23 2011 09:34 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: squeeze]
Kojack Offline
New Guy
Registered: Sat Nov 27 2010 07:53 PM
Posts: 17
Loc: Weirton, WV
Thanks Squeeze, I was afraid of that. I just took off one of the small inspection covers and it looks like it leans towards the beige side of grey when compared to the aerosol can light grey I have. Tractor Supply has "Ford Grey" enamel for tractor restoration which may be a good match. I'll take the cover with me tomorrow and check more closely. The fire department had painted the dash black and red and the rest of the interior white.
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#767993 - Tue Aug 02 2011 06:02 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: Storey's Garage]
nrdesieyes Offline
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Registered: Wed Sep 08 2010 02:53 AM
Posts: 351
Loc: Menlo Park, CA
Originally Posted By: Storey's Garage
Hello

Does anyone know the correct PPG code for the interior on a 1951 GMC 1 ton?
I too haven't had much luck finding codes.
the guide on this site says it is Pecan brown (20930), but my PPG rep cant use the code, for some reason. my rep contacted ppg's library and they are producing a formula from their archives. they described the color as "chocolaty", Does that sound right?? the original paint we have is a gray brown, but probably very faded... most of the parts suppliers claim that their "champaign" is correct for chevy and gmc's...???

any help would be greatly appreciated...



I have a '52 chevy 3800 and the interior color looks to be 'sun beige.'


Edited by nrdesieyes (Tue Aug 02 2011 08:31 PM)
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#778125 - Sun Sep 04 2011 09:19 PM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: Kojack]
Kojack Offline
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Registered: Sat Nov 27 2010 07:53 PM
Posts: 17
Loc: Weirton, WV
Originally Posted By: Kojack
Thanks Squeeze, I was afraid of that. I just took off one of the small inspection covers and it looks like it leans towards the beige side of grey when compared to the aerosol can light grey I have. Tractor Supply has "Ford Grey" enamel for tractor restoration which may be a good match. I'll take the cover with me tomorrow and check more closely. The fire department had painted the dash black and re
d and the rest of the interior white.
OK, the Tractor Supply (Valspar) Ford Grey paint is the closest match I've found yet, I'm going with it. It comes in aerosol or quarts which will be pretty convenient.
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#779074 - Thu Sep 08 2011 06:38 AM Re: Paint factory colors [Re: Kojack]
smaiocco Offline
New Guy
Registered: Fri Jan 07 2011 01:21 PM
Posts: 32
Loc: Boston area
I went to my local PPG dealer to order up some "artic beige" but the fellow couldn't find the formula in PPG. Based on an internet search, I thought it might be "8290" but he said that is a bright white, which doesn't sound right to me. The 8290 also seems to be a "cameo white" but I wouldn't expect that to be a bright white.

Anyone know the PPG # for artic beige?


Thanks,
Steve
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