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Old 06-09-2013, 09:12 PM
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Check out Wanda. They are having excellent results with water base (if your after that) and they have awesome single stage paint. The base/clear system is just awesome. They can match your color too.

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looked it up online closest store is over 200 miles from me. so that's out of the equation. most stores around hear are sw and it dose not match! I think there is a napa that sales acme.
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What part of CA are you located? This will dictate what you can and can't get locally. Spraying water base is a different beast and you need the right equipment.
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central cost area and ya I have more equipment than I really need that's not a problem. my concern is getting a correct match with the bright metallic. sw is flat and dull. closest I've found in chip is imron 44403U thinking chips are from around 1980's not so easy to match in the 2000's. was told by one post there is two formulas for GM code 27. will look for a shop with patience to accommodate me.
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I got the pints! marten senor matched the metallic best, color is a richer blue but will work perfect! Thanks for all the suggestions
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