Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1966 Austin Rover All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1966 Austin Rover All Models, please note:

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Damask Red 99, RD5 99, RD5 Damask Red
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Healey Blue Metallic BU2 BU2 Healey Blue Metallic
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Chalk Blue BU41 BU41 Chalk Blue
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Mineral Blue BV9 BV9 Mineral Blue
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Florida Green GN1 GN1 Florida Green
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | British Racing Grn GN29 GN29 British Racing Grn
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Almond Green GN37 GN37 Almond Green
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Colorado Red RD2 RD2 Colorado Red
1966 Austin Rover All Models Touch Up Paint | Maltese White/Old English White WT3 WT3 Maltese White/Old English White

 

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

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.

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.

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