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Help with whitepages need phone number
#1
Hello All 

Is there anyone that could help me get a phone number for the last owner of my 72 mustang they are on whitepages but have to live in new york to access
phone number.

he had the car sprayed in new york and i need to get colour code as not the original colour .

will pm details if anyone willing .

Thanks Nige
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#2
Have you considered a Marti Report?
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#3
Sounds like he likes " the color" on the car (not the color from the factory). PROBABLY the best thing is to use a modern system like the Sun Gun (IF he can find a shop there that has it). IN EU ..... https://www.scangrip.com/en

You need someone that would "not start with a code", but rather eye a chip deck and go from there. THERE IS A CHANCE though that the "painter in 1984" used imron/ADD FLAKE so it is still a crap shoot.

Mark
P.S. The above is why I only restore cars. Painting cost $20K so you might as well match to the tag (at least when it comes to Boss's)
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#4
You can take the car or peice of it to an axalta or ppg auto paint distributor , they should be able to take a camera (spectrophotometer) picture and come up with a formula. Polish the sample as good as you can. The newer cameras are awesome,especially axalta 's. If they charge you to do that they suck
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(07-28-2018, 04:48 AM)Nige Wrote: Hello All 

Is there anyone that could help me get a phone number for the last owner of my 72 mustang they are on whitepages but have to live in new york to access
phone number.

he had the car sprayed in new york and i need to get colour code as not the original colour .

will pm details if anyone willing .

Thanks Nige

Have you tried using online people search websites? They give you addresses and phone numbers...

www.whitepages.com

www.beenverified.com
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#6
I'm curious as to  the color ?

worthless

73 ragtop, 1999 Mustang Bright Atlantic Blue Paint, Phoenix Engine 302-335HP,  Edelbrock Carb & Performer manifold; c4 with 2000 stall and shiftkit; 3:55 auburn limited slip differential, Hedman shorties; Car Chemistry Exhaust

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#7
Other brands of paint have the same technology. So calling around in your area may be an option.
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#8
(07-28-2018, 07:37 AM)rackerm Wrote:
(07-28-2018, 04:48 AM)Nige Wrote: Hello All 

Is there anyone that could help me get a phone number for the last owner of my 72 mustang they are on whitepages but have to live in new york to access
phone number.

he had the car sprayed in new york and i need to get colour code as not the original colour .

will pm details if anyone willing .

Thanks Nige

Have you tried using online people search websites? They give you addresses and phone numbers...

www.whitepages.com

www.beenverified.com

Thanks have tried both but will not give number because in uk .
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#9
(07-28-2018, 07:43 AM)keiths71 Wrote: Other brands of paint have the same technology. So calling around in your area may be an option.

Hi i took it to car paint warehouse today and they scanned it with machine and computer says no lol
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#10
Other brands of paint have the same technology. So calling around in your area and getting the color that way would be a good option to get your color. Good luck!
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