Re: Ford Blue Paint in reply to Carey Miller, 07-16-2013 14:20:37
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Here are two of mine. The 901 is the most recent and I did it all myself. To the best of my knowledge tractor dealers don't sell automotive paint, which is what you need if you are going to do a top notch job. I used urethane on the 901. I prefer not to go by paint codes because they are accurate only if you have the right one for the year, and Ford changed the colors a lot through the "red belly" years. Blue is a lot easier, the only change that I know of occurred post Fiat. Any place that you go to buy good paint now will have a digital analyzer so it is pretty much fool proof to take an unmolested panel and clean it and take it for matching. good luck.
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