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Old 11-15-2005, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default Repainting interior trim

I like to do the following:
A.) Obtain contact info to a paint shop that can take an INTERIOR color code and make a few ounces out of it.
B.) Obtain contact info to a store that sells small spray dispensors that can spray the above paint.

Can anybody help?

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Try finding SEM products at a store near you. You can gerenally find this at auto body supply and sometimes professional detailing supply stores
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I love this forum. Always quick responses!
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good luck getting a match tho you would have no idea how hard it is for every thing but black
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The Saddle Tan is as close as you can get to an exact match for the 92-95 tan and the Graphite is damn close to the rest of the car'* graphite color too. I haven't bought any other colors than those but there'* quite a color pallet available.

With black though, I'd think that it'* more the sheen/shineyness that would be more difficult than the color
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I use Saddle Tan as well from SEM. Nearly a perfect match, and it'* rated for vinyl and other types of plastics.
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