Porsche 911 Touch Up Paint
Find Touch Up Paint for Porsche 911
PaintScratch sells Porsche 911 touch up paint for the years listed in the table. Click your Porsche 911 year to see available touch up paint colors.
We guarantee Porsche 911 touch up paint will match the original factory color chip on Porsche’s manufactured after 1985.
Touch Up Paint for Porsche 911
Order Porsche 911 paint pens, brush cap bottles, and spray cans from our secure online store. For small 911 scratches, the paint pen works well. For slightly larger Porsche 911 scratches and chips, a brush bottle is best. For larger paint repairs, a Porsche 911 spray paint can will deliver best results.
Helpful Resources for Your Porsche 911 Paint Repair
- Touch Up Paint Videos - Watch and learn how to apply touch up paint to your Porsche 911.
- How To Apply Touch Up Paint - Detailed instructions for using automotive paint on your Porsche 911.
Find Your 911 Color & Paint Code
Porsche codes can be difficult to find. Most Porsche color codes are going to be somewhere around the spare tire area. They are printed on a paper color ID tag which is guaranteed to fall off and disappear just when you need to find it. I don't know how much extra a metal plate affixed to the driver door jamb would have cost, but apparently too much. You may check your owner's manual too since Porsche listed color codes for some models there.
Example Porsche Color Code Location:
The image above is what a Porsche color ID tag might look like. You can also find your color code in the pages in your Porsche owners manual. The color code in the image above is "LD7X".
Porsche color code format
The code above, LDX7, will look like LD7X/2R in our color database. Porsche paint codes are either four digits long and start with an "L" or are three digits long. These codes are made up of letters and numbers.
The example color code above is actually two different color codes, LD7X and 2R which can be used. Typically most Porsche's have the LD7X, but occasionally we see the 2R. Why did they do this? Who knows!
LD7X corresponds to Platinum Gray Metallic Clearcoat Again, the 2R is also used on some Porsche's for the same color. Really old Porsche can be nearly impossible to figure out. Plus, they are discontinuing some of these toner colors so custom matching is the way to go.
Same Color Code, Different Name
Porsche, like all manufacturers, uses the exact same color across many models and then will have a different color name for each model. It's the same paint! This is why the color code is so important to order the correct paint.
For example, LD7X, above we call Platinum Gray Metallic Clearcoat It could also be called Gray Clearcoat, Platinum Moonstone Clearcoat, etc. depending on what the marketing department decided to call it.