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This section of our website is new and is being updated everyday. If your color is not listed here we will still be able to make your paint by clicking on one of these links:

Touch Up Paint: for ordering touch up bottles and accessories

Aerosol Spray Paint: for custom filled spray paint.

Auto Paint Cans: for pint and quart cans of paint

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


Andrew, owner of a 1968 Austin Rover from WA

Bought a 12 oz aerosol to try your product, which I had not used before. I used it to do preventative touch-up work on a recently purchased car with an older repaint and also re-shot both lower sills (using one can). I still have ~1/4 of it left. The sills had been repaired and painted black (versus the original and correct blue). Very pleased with your product. The color was a bit darker than what is on the rest of the car but as mentioned, it had been repainted. Though coming from a spray can, the paint went on smoothly with good coverage and the result looks like it was laid down with a gun. Considering the quality and coverage, the price is good. I am happy and have already recommended your product to others in my club. Thank you for providing a reasonably priced, high quality product - I will very likely be a repeat customer.

Dean H, owner of a 1959 Austin Rover from Hatboro, PA

Paint was very close to what Ragtops and Roadsters (http://www.ragtops.com/) painted my car with (recent insurance repair and respray). But it was not a perfect match. However it was sufficiently close that I don't think I could complain. Quality of the aerosol paints and the spray tips utilized is exceptional. My initial purchase was to paint the engine compartment area due to the fact that I decided to swap engines while the insurance repair progressed. I do intend to purchase additional material to paint a factory hardtop. Despite the fact that I do not think it will be a perfect match. This is for a Mk1 Austin Healey Sprite in "Old English White". There is a discrepancy already in place as the hardtops were noted to be painted in "Ivory White" and this is slightly different from "Old English White". So if I am a little off in the right direction the it will be OK.

Jim D, owner of a 1961 Austin Rover from Swanton, OH

Arrived promptly. Used ATU previously for my GMC pickup. It has a rare Isuzu paint code. Paint matched perfectly.

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