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|02-01-2018 10:21 PM|
Originally Posted by otteud96 View Post
|02-01-2018 10:24 AM|
Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
|02-01-2018 09:29 AM|
Matching the original PF red on my 60 Veloce, PPG 41165, NA 707780. Not sure what NA is.
|01-31-2018 06:43 PM|
|otteud96||The red that is on my 69 duetto -AR 514 - in PPG is 72051. This color is DUCO Montecatini Rosso 95-c-9068. Hope this helps|
|01-31-2018 08:31 AM|
|justcallmefred||It can't hurt to have it Andrew, thanks!|
|01-31-2018 07:28 AM|
I have a similar ICI sheet but my paint shop couldn't get any of those numbers to cross over on their computer.
Fred, a friend just painted a 58 Spider from color we matched off the original paint on my 60 Spider. Would that help, or you think it changed by then? It is PF red.
|01-30-2018 05:55 PM|
I found this chart somewhere in my USB! I hope it helps.
|01-30-2018 12:29 PM|
|justcallmefred||Ok Mike, will give it a go, thanks again, Fred.|
|01-30-2018 09:33 AM|
|sprintgtc||I found this code back in the mid '80s and have used it on 5 or 6 Duetto resprays. It is a perfect match for the orangy red, not the darker red some early Duettos wore. See if your paint guy can mix up a small amount to compare to the paint under the windshield post covers. That is really the only place that won't be sun faded and it rarely gets repainted.|
|01-29-2018 02:09 PM|
|justcallmefred||Thanks Mike! I want to be sure, again this is a 67 Dunlop brakes no booster car. It's hard to tell from this photo but the car already wears a crappy respray in the wrong shade while the dash is original. Want to be 100% close to original as possible.|
|01-29-2018 02:03 PM|
PPG code I have is 71844. I've used it several times and is a perfect match for a '69 Spider red. I think the earlier Duettos are the same. Mix some up and see what you think.
|01-29-2018 12:17 PM|
Duetto paint code-
Can someone please give me the correct DuPont or PPG paint codes for the 67 Duetto red which I think is called Rosso Pininfarina? Thanks in advance, Fred.