Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1975 Chevrolet Vega

Restore Your Chevrolet Finish In Two Steps

Select Your Chevrolet's Color (Step One)

AutomotiveTouchup paint products are custom mixed to perfectly match the color of your 1975 Chevrolet Vega 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 Chevy paint code location chart and paint code label examples.

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1975 Chevrolet Vega Touch Up Paint | Cosworth Silver Metallic 13, 4322, WA4322 13, 4322, WA4322 Cosworth Silver Metallic

 

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Why The Two-Step Paint System?

Your 1975 Chevrolet Vega 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:

Gregg A, owner of a 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo from Wichita, KS

I built a 1976 Monte Carlo in the early 90's it was painted a tone-tone with graphics over the years you get a few war wounds from driving so I ordered a couple of different colors for touch-up, the match was perfect even after all these years!! Thanks so much for a great product. Gregg Adams Wichita ,Ks

Lloyd S, owner of a 1974 Chevrolet Corvette from Florida

I went through a learning experience of how to repair cracks in the nose of my 1974 Corvette this year and since I have limited experience at body repair and no spray painting practice until this year I am some things I learned I learned. 1) Understand the properties of the material you are repairing. With urethane, expose the localized (at least two to four inches) around the crack area especially if you are not the original owner because you need to know what previous people did. After exposing the urethane, I found several hairline cracks to the naked eye but through the urethane cross section but hidden under good-looking paint. Some hidden cracks actually interconnected to pre-paint removal exposed cracks. 2) Determine the best corrective action – remove and replace the bumper painted properly with “Automotive Products” painting materiel (there are multiple choices available do your homework or I went through a learning experience of how to repair cracks in the nose of my 1974 Corvette this year and since I have limited experience at body repair and no spray painting practice until this year I am some things I learned I learned. 1) Understand the properties of the material you are repairing. With urethane, expose the localized area (at least two to four inches) around the cracked area especially if you are not the original owner because you need to know what the previous people did. After exposing the urethane, I found several hairline cracks to the naked eye but they went through the urethane cross section but remained hidden under good-looking paint. Some hidden cracks actually interconnected to pre-paint removal exposed cracks. 2) Do not try repairing cracks ([prior to removing paint from around the crack(s)] that are within inches to each other or within several inches and if one sees multiple cracks on a single side of your urethane front bumper. Expect the worst-case urethane condition so expose the urethane to determine your best corrective action approach. 3) Determine the best corrective action: Remove and replace the bumper painted properly with “Automotive Products” painting materiel (there are multiple choices available so do your homework or you may get a less than satisfactory fix and/or far more cost than needed) Alternatively, for many, probably most people get a professional to do it. Or do it yourself. My first repair attempt taught me spray can painting technique and buying user-friendly equipment. I will definitely insure that I do not apply too many coats of paint on my next try and I will use another bonding agent to make certain the repaired bumper effectively provides high structural strength equal to or better than original manufactured equipment.

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