1956 Chrysler All Models Touch Up Paint

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Select paint based on your color code.

The color code plate will be either on the drivers door jamb or under the hood on the radiator support. Chrysler vehicle color codes can be preceded by a letter such as P or Q. For example if you are looking for color code 'W7/GW7', it may appear on your vehicle as 'PW7/GW7' or 'QW7/GW7' or 'RW7/GW7', etc. The actual color code is W7. Some of the colors may be followed by the word 'matt', i.e. Color Description (matt). These are trim or bumper colors.

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Raven Black 1 (1956)

    Raven Black

    Color Code: 1 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Mint Green 16 (1956)

    Mint Green

    Color Code: 16 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Surf Green Poly 17 (1956)

    Surf Green Poly

    Color Code: 17 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Hunter Green Poly 18 (1956)

    Hunter Green Poly

    Color Code: 18 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Crown Green Poly 19 (1956)

    Crown Green Poly

    Color Code: 19 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Satin Gray 25 (1956)

    Satin Gray

    Color Code: 25 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of West Point Gray Poly 26 (1956)

    West Point Gray Poly

    Color Code: 26 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Sand Dune Beige 30 (1956)

    Sand Dune Beige

    Color Code: 30 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Rosewood Tan 31 (1956)

    Rosewood Tan

    Color Code: 31 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Desert Rose 35 (1956)

    Desert Rose

    Color Code: 35 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Geranium Red 36 (1956)

    Geranium Red

    Color Code: 36 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Regimental Red 37 (1956)

    Regimental Red

    Color Code: 37 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Crown Maroon Poly 38 (1956)

    Crown Maroon Poly

    Color Code: 38 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Cloud White 41 (1956)

    Cloud White

    Color Code: 41 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Nugget Gold Poly 42 (1956)

    Nugget Gold Poly

    Color Code: 42 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Stardust Blue 5 (1956)

    Stardust Blue

    Color Code: 5 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Mediterranean Blue Poly 6 (1956)

    Mediterranean Blue Poly

    Color Code: 6 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Glacier Blue 7 (1956)

    Glacier Blue

    Color Code: 7 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Turquoise 8 (1956)

    Turquoise

    Color Code: 8 (1956)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Crown Blue Poly 9 (1956)

    Crown Blue Poly

    Color Code: 9 (1956)

Is your color not listed above? Submit a color request and we'll find it for you!

Notice: PaintScratch custom mixes each paint order to match the original factory color of your vehicle. Because your Chrysler All Models is 20+ years old, the paint may have faded, and we cannot guarantee a color match for any of the colors on this page. There are no refunds on paint ordered for vehicles manufactured before 1986 and we recommend you send us a part for custom matching . We will not remix this paint even if the color does not match.

 
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