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Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1991 Acura Integra.

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Select the color for your 1991 Acura Integra below by clicking on any item in the corresponding row. After the color is selected, just click the "choose your color" button to see the products we offer with that color!

Make Note: The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. Here is an example of an Acura paint codes and it's locations.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Saxony Blue Metallic B56M B56M Saxony Blue Metallic
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Concord Blue Metallic B58M B58M Concord Blue Metallic
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Buckingham Blue Pearl B59P B59P Buckingham Blue Pearl
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Jasper Green Metallic BG22M BG22M Jasper Green Metallic
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Polar White NH512Z NH512Z Polar White
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Flint Black Metallic NH526M NH526M Flint Black Metallic
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Pewter Gray Metallic NH537M NH537M Pewter Gray Metallic
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Frost White NH538 NH538 Frost White
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Rio Red R63 R63 Rio Red
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Torino Red Pearl R72P R72P Torino Red Pearl
1991 Acura Integra Touch Up Paint | Honey Beige Metallic YR89M YR89M Honey Beige Metallic


Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1991 Acura Legend, or NSX?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1991 Acura Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Acura Touch Up Paint


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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:



Michael R, owner of a 1990 Acura Integra from Cherry Hill, NJ

Excellent color match to original.

Gregg M, owner of a 1990 Acura Legend from Tucson, AZ

This was my second time using products from Automotive Touch Up and this time I was not as ecstatic with the results due to my amateur attempt at fixing severely faded paintwork on a 25 year old car with 235,000 miles. First: not enough prep work, sanding, etc. to get the surface spotless and perfect on all the horizontal surfaces (hood, roof and trunk). Second: the existing paint on a 25 year old car will never match freshly sprayed paint. The color match was very good to perfect, but much richer and slightly darker than the existing paint --- to be expected compared to the remaining 25-year old paint on the rest of the car (doors and quarter panels). Third: despite constantly cleaning the tip of the spray can for the base color, occasionally I would get a blob of darker paint and there was nothing I could do to remove it. Overspraying it with more paint did not help. Fourth: I did not order enough clear coat so the final finish is spotty in many places. So am I happy - yes! The car looks way better than it did and for less than $150. I would have spent at least 3-4 times that amount to have someone else do it. For what the car is worth (<$1000) and is a work/airport car that still gets 25 mpg. Once I get the car back from a family member that is using it, I can still order more clear coat and finish the job properly!

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