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04-30-2007 06:57 PM
novafreek6872 Go with 68 GM Fathom Blue, no purple tint. It came on Novas and Chevelles, not sure about Camaros. It is 68 GM code E

04-28-2007 10:24 PM
BigBlockBanjo I think Chrysler has a "Patriot Blue"(?) It looks great, and doesn't have that purple sheen,....IMHO.
You could just get them to mix up the deepwater blue, except leave out some of the red. That would lessen the purple, depending on how much you left out of the mix.
My .02.....
04-28-2007 06:02 PM
deepwater blue gm paint purple tint?

I am painting a 68 Camaro with deepwater blue but I really dont't care for the purple look it has. Is there any other blues that are similar but not purple? Can the paint store change anything in the Deepwater paint to alter the purple? I've seen some Dodge blues that look less purple

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