Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1998 Acura Nsx

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1998 Acura Nsx, please 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.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1998 Acura Nsx Touch Up Paint | Monte Carlo Blue Pearl B66P, B66P-6 B66P, B66P-6 Monte Carlo Blue Pearl
1998 Acura Nsx Touch Up Paint | Kaiser Silver Metallic NH546M, NH546M-6 NH546M, NH546M-6 Kaiser Silver Metallic
1998 Acura Nsx Touch Up Paint | Berlina Black NH547 NH547 Berlina Black
1998 Acura Nsx Touch Up Paint | Grand Prix White NH565 NH565 Grand Prix White
1998 Acura Nsx Touch Up Paint | Formula Red R77 R77 Formula Red
1998 Acura Nsx Touch Up Paint | Spa Yellow Pearl Y52P, Y52P-6 Y52P, Y52P-6 Spa Yellow Pearl

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1998 Acura CL, EL, Integra, RL, SLX, or TL?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1998 Acura Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Acura Touch Up Paint

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

Bill Snyder, owner of a 1998 Acura NSX from Cincinnati, Ohio

I've been very impressed by your color match both to my 1998 nsx and my 1989 911. I have never had any luck matching my older cars in auto stores even when I could find a purported match which was not often. I have used both your bottle touch up and sprays. Thanks for your product it works great!

George H, owner of a 1998 Acura NSX from Nolanville, TX

My Pearl Yellow Acura NSX is only one of just over 300 built in the 15 year production run for the car. I cannot just go to an automotive parts store to by touch up paint for it. The color quality and match is VERY good. I am very pleased with your product. Thank you!

Steve M, owner of a 1997 Acura Integra from St Louis, MO

The paint match is perfect. After application of the clear coat, it is indistinguishable from the original finish. I did the project in my garage and did not realize just how good the match was until I backed the car out into full sunshine for the first time. In terms of both color and distribution of the metallic flakes, it was right on the money. On the downside, my clear coat technique needs work. I needed to do some sanding with 1500 grit paper and then apply rubbing compound a couple of times to achieve acceptable smoothness and gloss. I am still not entirely satisfied and may do another round of light sanding and compounding, but I attribute any problem in this regard to my inexperience rather than a problem with the product. As far as quantity goes, I repainted the roof, which has a sunroof, and a single can of basecoat and a single can of clear coat were sufficient. I had no prior experience with automotive paints and was hesitant to try this project. It turned out so well, however, that I intend to place another order so that I can do my hood too.

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