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  1. First wax done happy with that, busy day though got the wife to do next .
  2. I am looking for some advice on touching up a small area of paintwork with a rattle can. A while ago I accidentally scraped something along the rear wing of my TR3a and made a small scratch about an inch long and 1/2" wide. It was only shallow so I tried rubbing it down with 1200 wet and dry and using polishing compound but unfortunately although the scratch has now been removed the paint film is now thin enough for the primer underneath to show through as a lighter area. The top coat is BRG over a grey primer. I can get a rattle can of the correct colour paint but not having used
  3. I’m trying to find a source for Winchester blue paint for my ‘57 TR3. It’s PPG Ditzler 12013, ICI Mix 5944, Martin Senour 25430. I’m told this isn’t enough info and I should supply a sample. My car is mostly rust with a few patches of the original Colour on panels that can’t be sent in the post. Any help greatly appreciated. Paul
  4. I have a 1976 TR6 that I'm ready to paint British Racing Green (BRG) to match it's original BRG (Code 75). I want to use Deltron (PPG) single stage paint (DCC). My local vendor (and the PPG factory) confirm that the PPG code for 1975-1976 Code 75 BRG is #45102 in a 2-stage paint but they have at least two formulas for the 1975-1976 Code 75 BRG in a single stage paint system (DCC). My distributor mixed up a couple of samples. One of those codes is #40496 which is identified as a Mack Truck color from the 1960's. The sample that they mixed up does not match an original paint chip or an unmo
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