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22nd Series 1948 Egyptian Sand modern paint equivalent
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pcyco13
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Hello Again Fellow Packardites,

I'm searching for a cross reference for a modern paint code for Egyptian Sand and Aztec Brown.
My Touring Sedan's paint is so faded out that I don't have a proper sample to use to color match. Any suggestions?

Posted on: 3/26 8:36
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Re: 22nd Series 1948 Egyptian Sand modern paint equivalent
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Fish'n Jim
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Call TCP Global. www.tcpglobal.com
The paint codes are on the Ditzler chip board on this site and there's. They can probably match/come up with something something. The other way is go to a body shop that's PPG or Axalta certified they can go into the archive and call up the formulas. They used to let everyone, but they got greedy a few years back. May have to take acrylic enamel or urethane in this environment. Expect to spend a fair amount for the paint and reducer for one car.

Posted on: 3/27 18:22
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pcyco13
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Thanks

Posted on: 3/29 11:18
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