<VV> CHEVROLET Corvair dash colours?
jld at wk.net
Mon Nov 21 09:55:32 EST 2016
Dupont Coatings does not exist any more. In 2013 Carlyle Group bought
Dupont Coatings and renamed it, Axalta Coating Systems. Still the same
paint systems but in a can with a new label. Some of the older paint
codes are no longer available from Axalta. Here is the best resorce I
know of <http://www.oldride.com/library/1960_chevrolet_impala.html>
On 11/20/2016 11:19 PM, Frank DuVal via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Duco code is DuPont's lacquer code number. DuPont has trademarked all
> the good names. Duco, Teflon, Freon, Mylar, Rayon, Nylon and so on and on.
> Do you have a DuPont paint store in Australia? I know they are a global
> company headquartered in Delaware, USA. Knowing how names change for the
> same company in different countries, do a google search to see if they
> have a different name in Australia.
> Frank DuVal
> On 11/20/2016 10:01 PM, Carl Kelsen Arlette Pat via VirtualVairs wrote:
>> G'day everyone,
>> I am asking the following question on behalf of a good friend of mine,
>> who is currently undertaking, probably the worlds most detailed frame
>> off and ground up restoration possible of a 1960 Chevrolet Nomad
>> (Impala trim) station wagon.
>> The exterior of this '60 Chevrolet Nomad wagon when painted will be
>> finished in the original '970' two tone combination of Fawn Beige and
>> Satin Copper Metallic. The painted interior surfaces will be finished
>> in Light Copper Metallic (Duco Code 93991).
>> The problem we have in Australia is that we don't use or understand US
>> paint codes so the above mentioned "Duco Code 93991" is meaningless to
>> us. It occurred to me that dash panel colours might have been common
>> across all 1960 Chevrolet passsenger cars and if they were then
>> perhaps 1960 or 1961 Corvairs might have used this same Light Copper
>> Metallic colour on there dash, when a copper interior was used.
>> I guess I am asking if anyone could assist with what's probably an
>> unusual request?
>> Regards from 'down under '
>> Carl Kelsen
>> 1965 RHD Monza convertible
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