Disassemble, take the body to a auto-paint place, have them color-match you a quart..some places might be able to do it like they do at Home Depot, and without the PPG code. Pricey, but if you want it to match...OR, by the same thinking, go to an autoparts store and look at the touchup paint, and try and match there, then you have a PPG code to have a place mix it for you.
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Last edited by hover : 11-21-2012 at 11:03 AM.