Re: 1964 Plymouth Paint Colors
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Re: 1964 Plymouth Paint Colors



Gary,

Good idea, we will be back in town next week I'll give you a call.

On a side note I am about ready to have the transmission rebuilt in my 64 Belvedere.  When that is done and I am sure the transmission build is OK the engine comes out for a rebuild with some added hp from your parts.

Take Care
Dennis

On Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 12:19:44 PM UTC-7, glpav...@xxxxxxx wrote:
I have the paint code for the BMW Bright Red as well if anyone needs it.  Gary H. is correct that you cannot really ascertain the “color” from a photo but Dennis lives near me and when he is in town, could come and see the car in person for inspection.
That is really the best/preferred way to see how a car “wears” a particular color/color combo to know whether you like it enough to get the paint code or chip.
 
Gary P.
 
Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2017 10:27 PM
Subject: Re: 1964 Plymouth Paint Colors
 
It was on this car of Gary P that convinced me to paint my 64 Dodge the color red that he used .. I think it was BMW ? simply called " bright red"  LOL.......................MO

On Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 12:56:25 PM UTC-5, glpav...@xxxxxxx wrote:
Dennis,
 
Check out the “white” on my 56 Plymouth, not so bright as to “interfere” with the other color, but a nice deep & mellow white with enough flash to complement another color or stand alone.
Gary P.
 
Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2017 6:25 AM
Subject: 1964 Plymouth Paint Colors
 
I'm looking at paint colors for my 1964 Plymouth Belvedere.  I am considering white but in 1964 the Plymouth white is not really white.

http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcodedisplay.cgi?ditzler=8358&rows=50&syear=1964&smanuf=Chrysler&smodel=Plymouth&sname=White

I don't do well just looking at paint chips.  If anyone has a car or truck painted this color I would be interested in your opinion and a picture or two if possible.

If anyone has an actual white color suggestion that I may want to consider in a single stage I would be interested.  I got lost looking at all of the white colors used through the years by Chrysler.

Thanks
Dennis C.
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