1960 Chrysler All Other Models Touch Up Paint

  • Order the same Chrysler All Other Models touch up paint used by industry professionals
  • Easy-to-follow instructions for selecting the right products

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 Sunburst AA-1 (1960)

    Sunburst

    Color Code: AA-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Formal Black BB-1 (1960)

    Formal Black

    Color Code: BB-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Starlight Blue CC-1 (1960)

    Starlight Blue

    Color Code: CC-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Polar Blue Poly DD-1 (1960)

    Polar Blue Poly

    Color Code: DD-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Surf Green FF-1 (1960)

    Surf Green

    Color Code: FF-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Ivy Green Poly GG-1 (1960)

    Ivy Green Poly

    Color Code: GG-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Silverpine Poly HH-1 (1960)

    Silverpine Poly

    Color Code: HH-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Seaspray JJ-1 (1960)

    Seaspray

    Color Code: JJ-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Bluegrass Poly KK-1 (1960)

    Bluegrass Poly

    Color Code: KK-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Sheffield Silver Poly LL-1 (1960)

    Sheffield Silver Poly

    Color Code: LL-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Executive Gray Poly NN-1 (1960)

    Executive Gray Poly

    Color Code: NN-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Toreador Red Poly PP-1 (1960)

    Toreador Red Poly

    Color Code: PP-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Lilac RR-1 (1960)

    Lilac

    Color Code: RR-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Iris Poly SS-1 (1960)

    Iris Poly

    Color Code: SS-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Daytona Sand TT-1 (1960)

    Daytona Sand

    Color Code: TT-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Autumn Haze Poly UU-1 (1960)

    Autumn Haze Poly

    Color Code: UU-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Alaskan White WW-1 (1960)

    Alaskan White

    Color Code: WW-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Petal Pink YY-1 (1960)

    Petal Pink

    Color Code: YY-1 (1960)

  • Color swatch showing approximate color of Terra Cotta Poly ZZ-1 (1960)

    Terra Cotta Poly

    Color Code: ZZ-1 (1960)

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 Other 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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