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11-03-2010 08:59 PM
1930u
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Originally Posted by Trucknut
I'm have a 1966 GTO 389 that was recently rebuilt and is still on the engine stand in my shop. I want to paint and detail it before I put it back in the car. Does anyone know the correct color number for the original metallic blue that was used on the GTO engine back then? Dupont, I hope.

Thanks for your help!

Chris
FYI- Pontiac used two blues. An early blue (ugly pastel) and a late blue (metalic industrial) look.
11-03-2010 08:36 PM
gto_ron Bill Hirsch sell the best Pontiac engine enamel. Go to his web site.

Ron
11-03-2010 05:57 PM
cjperotti Go here and scroll down.
11-03-2010 05:17 PM
beertracker Check with O'Reilly auto parts. They have Pontiac blue in spray cans. I used some one my LeMans engine.

bt
11-03-2010 11:52 AM
Trucknut
GTO Engine Color

I'm have a 1966 GTO 389 that was recently rebuilt and is still on the engine stand in my shop. I want to paint and detail it before I put it back in the car. Does anyone know the correct color number for the original metallic blue that was used on the GTO engine back then? Dupont, I hope.

Thanks for your help!

Chris

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