Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1995 Chrysler Lhs

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1995 Chrysler Lhs, please note: 2007 and newer Chrysler models usually have the paint code in the door jamb. Most paint codes are three digits long and start with a P or Q and contains letters and/or numbers. Click here for more Chrysler paint code locations and paint code images.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Char-Gold Satin Metallic AY103MJ8, PJ8 AY103MJ8, PJ8 Char-Gold Satin Metallic
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Black AY110DX8, AY95DX8, PX8 AY110DX8, AY95DX8, PX8 Black
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Bright Platinum Metallic AY111MS4, AY96MS4, PS4 AY111MS4, AY96MS4, PS4 Bright Platinum Metallic
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Bright White AY95GW7, PW7 AY95GW7, PW7 Bright White
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Metallic Red AY96LRF, PRF AY96LRF, PRF Metallic Red
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Wildberry Metallic AY97MMB, PMB AY97MMB, PMB Wildberry Metallic
1995 Chrysler Lhs Touch Up Paint | Spruce Metallic AY97RPE, PPE AY97RPE, PPE Spruce Metallic

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1995 Chrysler Cirrus, Concorde, LeBaron Coupe, New Yorker, Sebring Sedan, or Town & Country?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1995 Chrysler Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Chrysler Touch Up Paint

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

Paul M, owner of a 1994 Chrysler New Yorker from Ohio

I was very pleased with the results, paint matched very well, this car was always garaged, so there was not a lot of color fade from nature. Spray nozzle produced fine spray, no spatter, adding to a great result.

Jim M, owner of a 1994 Chrysler New Yorker from Whitestone, NY

The color looked good I liked the look the rest of the car needs compounding should make it blend together better but overall the car look much better considering I painted it with cans. In addition my Jeep looks good too; I ordered the rosewood painted whole quarter panel I haven't sanded or compounded it yet don't want to take the chance. In addition I have 2 classic cars that I want to do something with a blue 1967 chevy c10 and a 1978 black trans am that I would like to paint the whole car and truck. Starting with the truck first.

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