Before filling in this form, make sure you have done
Looked at the color listings for your year,
make and model.
If you do not have a color code (it's gone, can't find
it, etc.), try going by a body shop and see if they can tell you what
your color code is by matching your paint to their color chips.
Know the basic format of your color code from
looking at the color listings. This way, you know what to look for
when you go look for your color code on your vehicle. For example, almost all Toyota color codes have three characters, i.e 8W7.
Read the notes accompanying the color
listings. These are shown on the same page as the color listings at
the top of the page.
Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Plymouth codes
usually have a letter in front of the paint code. This letter
indicates the year the color was first used and is not part of the
color code. For example, PRF is color code RF,. QRF
is color code RF, etc.
If you have a white vehicle and there is only one
white shown for your year, make and model, this may be your color.
Always verify the paint code on your vehicle. For the location, click
on the link shown with your color listings.
If the color shown on the screen does not match your
vehicle but the color code is the same then this is the right color.
Often it is impossible to show the color correctly on the screen,
(especially metallic colors) as they change depending on which angle
you look at them.
All Honda and Acura owners should read the information
factory codes. This is very important!
Ford, Lincoln and Mercury owners, try
calling Ford Motor Company at 1-800-392-3673. With your
VIN number, they should be able to tell you what the color code of
your vehicle is. By the way, they will only talk to the registered
owner of the vehicle.
Most Toyota dealerships can give you the paint
code based on your VIN number also.
RV Owners. We have American Coach, Beaver, Coachmen, Fleetwood, Forest River, Newmar, Travel and Winnebago listed
on our site, We have a special make category listed in the Make drop down box
under RV-Other. Here you can look for Allegro, Holiday, Leisure-Travel, National, Tiffin and Thor. You
will need to call your dealership to obtain your paint code.
Year, Make and Model Not Listed. Select 2000 Fleet Basecoat in the year, make and model selector. Enter
the color code and approximate color. In the Additional Information box, enter the actual year, make and model you are looking for.
Please send us detailed information. For example if
you tell us you have a "Green 1998 Chevy and want to order
paint", we won't be able to help you as there are around 15 different
shades of green for this year! Take the time to find your color code.
Please fill out the form below.
You will need to fill out this form for EACH color you want to order. Do NOT put extra colors in the Additional Information box as they will not be
(Click on the approximate color to the right below.)