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    Fellow Frogger! deja vu 25's Avatar
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    R25 Paint Code Needed

    Hi All,
    My latest R25 (Jan 1988) has lost the paint code from under the bonnet, and I am searching for a list - if possible of the R25 paint codes?
    I need to do some touch up re-spraying on my grill and rear spoiler and need to get a match.

    My car is a light metallic gold (perhaps even a champagne colour - not the pink colour that I have seen though)

    Any help would be much appreciated

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    Luke
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    Luke,

    mate, don't use the paint code to order touchup paint... Your metalic'll be nothing like the same colour it was when it left the factory (it'll have faded to hell :p :p )

    Pull you petrol filler flap off, take it into the local autopaint shop & they'll get you a nice 'n' close match. Colour matching is the ONLY way to touch up cars tongue clown

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    The Colourshop in the RSL arcade in Queanbeyan will do a computer match....

    DoubleChevron:
    Luke,

    mate, don't use the paint code to order touchup paint... Your metalic'll be nothing like the same colour it was when it left the factory (it'll have faded to hell :p :p )

    Pull you petrol filler flap off, take it into the local autopaint shop & they'll get you a nice 'n' close match. Colour matching is the ONLY way to touch up cars tongue clown

    seeya,
    Shane L.
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    Fellow Frogger! deja vu 25's Avatar
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    Thanks Guys

    I didn't think that the paint shop matches were that good?

    I will certainly give it a go though.

    Regards

    Luke
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    1990 Renault 25 V6 Baccara - Gunmetal Grey
    1974 Renault 17TS (1317) - Silver

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