Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2008 Buick Allure

Restore Your Buick Finish In Two Steps

Select Your Buick's Color (Step One)

AutomotiveTouchup paint products are custom mixed to perfectly match the color of your 2008 Buick Allure using a basecoat/clearcoat system just like factory specs. To insure a proper match, you’ll need to know your vehicle’s color code so you can find it on the chart below. 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 Codes Color Description
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Cobalt Red 27, 946L, WA946L 27, 946L, WA946L Cobalt Red
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Red Jewel Tintcoat Metallic 301N, 80, GAQ, WA301N 301N, 80, GAQ, WA301N Red Jewel Tintcoat Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Gold Mist Metallic 316N, 51, GAO, WA316N 316N, 51, GAO, WA316N Gold Mist Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Lunar Quartz Metallic 320N, 71, WA320N 320N, 71, WA320N Lunar Quartz Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Imperial Blue Metallic 37, 403P, GAP, WA403P 37, 403P, GAP, WA403P Imperial Blue Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Imperial Blue Metallic 37U 37U Imperial Blue Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | White 40, 8554, WA8554 40, 8554, WA8554 White
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Black 41, 672, 8555, GBA, U8555, WA672, WA8555 41, 672, 8555, GBA, U8555, WA672, WA8555 Black
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Dark Tarnished Silver Metallic 42, 911L, WA911L 42, 911L, WA911L Dark Tarnished Silver Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Carbon Flash Metallic 501Q, 58, GAR, WA501Q 501Q, 58, GAR, WA501Q Carbon Flash Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Ink Slate Metallic 503Q, 87, WA503Q 503Q, 87, WA503Q Ink Slate Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Mocha Bronze Metallic 518Q, 76, WA518Q 518Q, 76, WA518Q Mocha Bronze Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Light Tarnished Silver Metallic 67, 994L, WA994L 67, 994L, WA994L Light Tarnished Silver Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Light Tarnished Silver Metallic 67U 67U Light Tarnished Silver Metallic
2008 Buick Allure Touch Up Paint | Mocha Bronze Metallic GVU GVU Mocha Bronze Metallic

 

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Why The Two-Step Paint System?

Your 2008 Buick Allure is painted at the factory with a high quality basecoat/clearcoat system. This two-step paint system consists of step one, the basecoat, which is your car’s actual color, and step two, the clearcoat, the specially formulated clear paint that protects the base color and provides the luster and deep shine your vehicle came with when new. AutomotiveTouchup products faithfully reproduce your vehicle manufacturer’s basecoat/clearcoat system.

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

Billy C, owner of a 2007 Buick from Thomaston, GA

I have finally found time to touch up the chipped paint in a few places on my Buick rainier. The color match was good. I cleaned the chipped spots with mineral Spirits first to make sure of no wax film on surface. Now the eyes do not go to the chipped places as before. The touched up places all blend in nicely. You have a great product. Thanks

James M, owner of a 2007 Buick Lucerne from Sopchoppy, FL

This was an almost impossible fix without repainting the top of the car. The PO had driven the car under a tree limb that put two gouges at least two feet long down to the bare metal. I partially filled the bare metal scratches with gray primer using a small brush. Then filled in with your color match. Then applied your gloss. By then, I was above the level of the rest of the paint. I made a very small sanding block of wood about 1/4 inch wide and with 320 grit took the repaired paint down almost level with the original paint. Using a 3m rubber sanding block, I sanded the area beginning with 700 grit, then 1000, and finishing with 2000. I then compounded it. You can run your hand over it and it's all level and as shiny as the rest of the top. The repaired lines are still visible, but you have to get on a step ladder and look down on them to see them. View them from a slant and they are gone! Great product!

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