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Help with whitepages need phone number
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(07-28-2018, 07:43 AM)mudbilly Wrote: I'm curious as to  the color ?

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(07-28-2018, 07:43 AM)mudbilly Wrote: I'm curious as to  the color ?

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(07-28-2018, 07:50 AM)Nige Wrote:
(07-28-2018, 07:43 AM)mudbilly Wrote: I'm curious as to  the color ?

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#14
Did they offer other options to match the color? I would still going to someone that sells a different brand. As all cameras are not created equal. And some people are more helpfully than others, haha
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(07-28-2018, 07:55 AM)keiths71 Wrote: Did they offer other options to match the color?  I would still going to someone that sells a different brand. As all cameras are not created equal. And some people are more helpfully than others, haha

nearest colour they could get was a volvo colour , but he did say if i can leave part off the car he could try and get better match ?
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#16
If you can get the code and brand from the painter or owner that would be great. If not give the guy a chance to old school eye match it.
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#17
Well when I see that I THINK of "dusk rose" of 1957 !! https://www.google.com/search?q=1957+Thu...CtMbbqar0M:
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#18
+1, that's the color I thought about, too, when I saw it. Just didn't realize it was that old.

They also had a Sahara Rose in '63 and i think a rose on '68 Thunderbirds (couldn't find a good enough color chart - name).



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#19
There is a late model infinity color that is very similar. If you can find someone that sells spies hecker, Standox, or cromax products and has an aquire efx or quantum camera. You should be on the right track. In my opinion, and I do this for a living,these cameras are the best at getting the flake right as well as the color and side tone. Ask for spray out cards. Try different air pressures and plan on blending. I would be surprised if those cameras wouldn't read that color. If it doesn't ,ask if they have color spectrum chips, they can be helpfull.
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(07-28-2018, 05:26 PM)keiths71 Wrote: There is  a late model infinity color that is very similar. If you can find someone that sells spies hecker, Standox, or cromax  products and has an aquire efx  or quantum camera. You should be on the right track. In my opinion, and I do this for a living,these cameras are the best at getting the flake right as well as the color and side tone. Ask for spray out cards. Try different  air pressures and  plan on blending. I would be surprised if those cameras wouldn't read that color. If it doesn't ,ask if they have color spectrum chips, they can be helpfull.

Ok thanks for the info.
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