RE: [GFS] 57 Fury paint sample needed
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RE: [GFS] 57 Fury paint sample needed



Glenn.....
I will go to PPG tomorrow and get you the fomulation. They are usually quite
qood here. If necessay they will contact their color lab for the fomulation.

George



-----Original Message-----
From: Glenn Barratt [mailto:FURY@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, May 16, 2004 3:27 PM
To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [GFS] 57 Fury paint sample needed


George.
PPG or Dupont I guess, never heard of Sherwin-Williams. PPG would be the
most common paint down here. I just got off the phone to the National centre
of PPG down here in NZ, and there is nothing they can do to help, as I
thought they would say... Thanks George! Glenn.

George McKovich wrote:

> Glen....
> What brand paint formulation do you want??? PPG, Dupont or 
> Sherwin-Williams???
>
> George
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Glenn Barratt [mailto:FURY@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Saturday, May 15, 2004 11:38 PM
> To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [GFS] 57 Fury paint sample needed
>
> George.
> Thanks for the reply.
> The paint suppliers down here are most unhelpful. They are from the 
> school of store attendants who always say "If you don't see it on the 
> shelf then we don't have it." I do have the 1957 Plymouth Colors paint 
> chip chart. Bulletin No. 25 (Sheet 1)
>
> Under ' "DUCO" Stock, Order and Code Number' is the code "2547". Under 
> that it says 246-90996 Sand Dune White.
>
> Under "Combination and Part Number" it says AAA
> Under that it says "and Int."
> Under that it says (C-9105-E)
>
> Under the actual paint chip sample it says " DUCO 2547"
> Under that it says "DULUX 93-90996" and then after parentheses it says 
> SAND DUNE WHITE.
>
> Do you think that you would be able to enquire over there for me? I 
> know exactly how they will treat me if I call up from New Zealand and 
> say that I am trying to find a paint formula for a 47 year old 
> Plymouth...
>
> Any help appreciated.
> Thanks George!
> Glenn.
>
> George McKovich wrote:
>
> > Glen....
> > I am certain any dupont or PPG paint dealer can pull up the color 
> > formulation from the color codes off ditzler paint chips available 
> > all the time on Ebay. Or possibly some other fury owner will have 
> > the formulation.... It is not a disaster, just an inconvenience. If 
> > you don't find it that way then let me know and I may be able to 
> > help.
> >
> > George
> >
> > www.imageevent.com/idsnowman/57chrysler300
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Glenn Barratt [mailto:FURY@xxxxxxxxxx]
> > Sent: Saturday, May 15, 2004 10:26 PM
> > To: Forward Look List; GFS GFS
> > Subject: [GFS] 57 Fury paint sample needed
> >
> > Hi all.
> > A tragedy has befallen me and my Fury, and I am hoping someone will 
> > be able to help me out. When I dissassembled my 57 Fury for 
> > restoration, and prior to acid dipping, I had my spraypainter come 
> > and take a color match off the car, from a location under the 
> > roofrail weatherstrip which had never been painted. My spraypainter 
> > has moved premises and in the move, you guessed it, he has lost my 
> > paint match samples. How am I going to get the correct color for a 
> > 1957 Plymouth Fury/Sand Dune White? He says that the original paint 
> > formulas are of no use, as some of the tinters are no longer used. 
> > The original paint chip charts are hopelessly unreliable due to 
> > differences in color from one chart to the next, the sample of paint 
> > on the chart is too small, and also the paint color sample is now 47 
> > years old which can change the color too. While it may look correct 
> > to the eye, the color could be totally incorrect when applied to an 
> > entire car. I do not want to match to an already restored car, as I 
> > am then relying on someone else's interpretation of the color. What 
> > can I do? Anyone got a 1000 miles 57 Fury that they can send me 
> > their fuel filler door for a color match?  ...
> > :-)
> > There is a new device ("spectrometer" or something) apparently which you
> sit
> > on a car and it analyzes the paint, but this would have to involve a 
> > very original unmolested car to be accurate. Any ideas anyone...? 
> > This is a
> real
> > pickle-mine is the only 57 Fury in the country, so I have no avenues 
> > to pursue in this country. Any help appreciated. Glenn, 57 Fury, New 
> > Zealand.
> >
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