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dartlover
    
I have a 1967 Dart 270 with original paint. It's not rusted but WORN on the edges. How can I fix it
Is there such a thing as classic car touch up? LOL! It's definately not rusty, but looks like the paint is worn through. I also need a way to find out exactly what color it is. I believe it's "rich gold" but I'm not sure. Is there any way to tell what the color name is?
Thanks!
posted: January 19, 2010
 
    
 
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roadhog
    
is the paint the original color? You should be able to tell what color it is by the body tag.
A good website for car paint is www.autocolorlibrary.com they'll show you a color chart like the one below.
posted:  January 19, 2010
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