Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1977 Buick All Models.

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Select the color for your 1977 Buick All Models 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 will be located on a sticker named Parts Identification. The code can start with BC/CC followed by a U, or a WA with a four digit number/letter combination. We use the WA format for simplicity, your code may have a U. WA8555 is the same as U8555. Click here for Buick paint code location chart and paint code label examples.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
13, 4963, WA4963 Silver Metallic
16, 4969, WA4969 Medium Gray Metallic
22, 4964, WA4964 Light Blue Metallic
24, 4631, WA4631 Glacier Blue
29, 4633, WA4633 Indigo Metallic
29, 4965, WA4965 Dark Blue Metallic
38, 4984, WA4984 Dark Aqua Metallic
44, 4966, WA4966 Medium Green Metallic
48, 4967, WA4967 Dark Green Metallic
4859, 91, WA4859 Blue F/M Metallic
4860, 92, WA4860 Amberlite F/M Metallic
4891, 61, WA4891 Buckskin
4938, 63, WA4938 Buckskin Metallic
4968, 69, WA4968 Brown Metallic
4997, 63, WA4997 Gold Metallic
4998, 72, WA4998 Red
7001, 85, WA7001 Medium Blue Metallic

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

Dennis P, owner of a 1990 Buick from Davison, MI

Color seems too match very well. Too early in the project for finish pictures, may need more.

John H, owner of a 1990 Buick from Sarasota, FL

The Issue: Though my 1990 Buick Reatta is nearly 25 years old I keep it in pristine condition. That is why I was extremely disappointed when a dump truck I was behind lost some gavel and it hit the front of my car. Miraculously for some odd reason it only did damage to the Driver's Side Headlamp Cover ... but it did a lot of damage; there were at least 25 chips with a while background. It looked horrible ... in fact, within a few hours someone had already noticed the mess and mentioned it. Not wanting to have to get the entire front of the car painted I ordered a set of Paint Pens from AutomotiveTouchup.com; Sandable Primer, Basecoat Color [GMC 81], and Gloss Clearcoat as well as Prep Solvent. The Process: Removed the Headlamp Cover from the car > Cleaned it thoroughly with the Prep Solvent using a rag, a toothpick, and a Cotton Swab to get all residue out of both the new and old chips > Next I applied the Primer using both the pen's tip for larger chips, a very small brush for smaller ones and a toothpick for tiny chips > 30 minutes later I used the Basecoat using the same method > 60 minutes later I used the same method to apply the Clearcoat > After allowing the Headlamp Cover to dry [15+ minutes] I reinstalled it. Bottom Line: From two feet away the Headlamp Cover looks factory nice. Even under very close inspection under a bright light it looks amazing ... only the remnants of where the chips once were is visible. It is important to mention that the color match is on the money. Recommend or not: I highly recommend these easy to use products. Thank you AutomotiveTouchup!

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