Jewel Blue Metallic 912/502 (1961) Touch Up Paint for 1961 Chevrolet All Other Models
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PaintScratch custom mixes each paint order to match the original factory color of your vehicle. Because your Chevrolet All Other Models is 20+ years old, the paint may have faded, and we cannot guarantee a color match for Jewel Blue Metallic 912/502 (1961). There are no refunds on paint ordered for vehicles manufactured before 1996 and we recommend you send us a part for custom matching . We will not remix this paint even if the color does not match.
Jewel Blue Metallic
Color Code: 912/502 (1961)
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The vehicle color code will list the paint color exactly so finding it is important. In order to guarantee the accuracy of a color, paint should be ordered based on the color code. Learn where to locate your Color Identification Plate .There can be more than one color code shown below. For example, the color code '96/WA8867' listed on our site can be shown on your vehicle as '96U' or '96L' or '8867' or 'WA8867'. Often there will be a 'BC CC' before the color code. This stands for Basecoat/Clearcoat. The 'U' in the paint code means the Upper Color and the 'L' means the Lower Color. Two tone vehicles will have each color coded, i.e. '96U' and say '36L'. Also, it could be '8867L' or '8867U'.
Later Chevrolet colors can be really confusing. The color Son Of A Gun Gray has 8 different color codes. (WA139X/WA481B/WA482B/G7Q/GK1/GK2/GPF/WA527B) If you find any of these codes on your vehicle, this is your color!
Please do not order based on the color you see onscreen. Because computer and phone screens are all different, the color you see on online may not look exactly the same as the paint you receive. For more information, view the FAQ'S .
Always verify your Chevrolet color code on your vehicle before ordering. Jewel Blue Metallic may go by several different names and color samples shown for 1961 Chevrolet All Other Models are approximate.