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Re: Looking for history
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Gary49eight
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Hello Dave. Do you know what the name or number for that blue color is? (That is what my Packard is supposed to look like.)
Gary

Posted on: 10/31 6:03
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Re: Looking for history
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Ozstatman
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Gary,

According to the infio in Dave's Registry entry for the car it's - Code B, Packard Blue Metallic. But there's nothing in the Paint Cross-Reference for a modern equivalent.

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Posted on: 10/31 6:48
Mal
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Bowral, Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia
"Out of chaos comes order" - Nietzsche.

1938 Eight Touring Sedan - SOLD

1941 One-Twenty Club Coupe - SOLD

1948 Super Eight Limo, chassis RHD - SOLD

1950 Eight Touring Sedan - SOLD

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Re: Looking for history
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Dave O
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Unfortunately; I is titled as a 1949. That is all I have to go from. That and somewhere back to previous owners a new plate was made.

Thanks
Dave O

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Posted on: 11/7 17:48
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Re: Looking for history
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Dave O
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Hi Gary. Well sir, It came with a quart of touch up paint. It looks like royal blue in the sun light, and very dark blue in the shade. I can give you the info on the can. This must have been computer matched from some of the old paint from the car.

Brand: PPG
Paint: Omni (AE) Acrylic Enamel
Brand code; PMXICF641
OEM Code: Custom 190435
Description: Midnight Blue

Posted on: 11/7 18:02
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Re: Looking for history
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Dave O
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Hi Gary; Yes it came with a quart of touch up paint. It looks Royal Blue in the sun and Dark blue in the shade. I can give you the info on the can. I looks like a computer match up from some of the old paint from the car. Here's what's on the can.

Brand: PPG
Brand code:PMXICF641
OEM Code: Custom
Color: Midnight blue

Posted on: 11/7 18:13
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