Speaking of 4000 model specs.....
steve.sears at soil-mat.on.ca
Tue Aug 23 00:51:45 EDT 2005
Chip cards you now find selling for about $5-ish each at swap meets as more
and more people get into doing restoration themselves - nothing like selling
something that you got for free, huh?
There are some sources on the web, off the top of my head, check
www.glasurit.com and go to the Color tab - I thought that there was a way to
list all the colours in the database, although I couldn't find it in a quick
attempt. The Audi colours are under VW-Audi, LY7U shows a listing for
"STEINGRAU MET" - or Stone Grey Metallic - and clicking on the "Technology"
on the right will give you a mix proportion card.
1987 Audi 5ktq - LY7U Stone Grey Metallic
1980 Audi 5k - LE1M Mexico Beige
1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes - AU423 Antikweiss body with
[Crayon Grey?] and [Graphitgrau?] roofs
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> From: "Doyt W. Echelberger" <doyt at buckeye-express.com>
> Subject: RE: Speaking of 4000 model specs.....
> To: <tyson at up-times.com>
> Cc: quattro at audifans.com
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> About 15 years ago I saw and used thick catalogs of automotive paint chips
> (published by paint manufacturers such as PPG) which listed the vehicles
> that had that paint as original color. The chips were keyed to the
> for mixing that color in the paint store. Then, the responsible painter
> to use judgement in adjusting the mix to accommodate age and fading.
> Where are all the catalogs? I haven't visited an auto paint store in a
> years. Maybe there is an online catalog somewhere. Chime in here all you
> car painter/people who are in touch with an auto paint supplier.
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