Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1993 Daihatsu Charade.

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Select the color for your 1993 Daihatsu Charade 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: Most Daihatsu paint codes are located on the center or passenger side of the firewall. Click here for a Daihatsu paint code location chart.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
6M3 Grayish Green Metallic
8B4 Dark Blue Metallic
B16 Light Blue Metallic
B17 Dark Blue
B23 Blue Pearl
G07 Bluish Green
G08 Green Metallic
R19 Pure Red
S04 Gun Metallic
S14 Greenish Gray Pearl
T03 Beige Metallic
T09 Gold Metallic
W05 White
Y04 Yellow

Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1993 Daihatsu or Rocky Limited?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1993 Daihatsu Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Daihatsu Touch Up Paint

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

Just Pea, owner of a 1967 Ford from Matteson, IL

It's great to have a source for just the right color touch up paint. You never know when that next ding will come. Thanks

EJS, owner of a 1985 Chevrolet Corvette from Islip, NY

After not finding my paint code through the sites drop down menu, I contacted Customer Service who found it under a different year. I purchased two cans of base and two cans of clear to refinish the targa roof panel of my 85 Corvette. The paint arrived in a few days and I was off to work. The base went on flawlessly and even. After spraying my guide coat, I did a quick wet sand and sprayed another 3 coats of base (each can was good for 4 wet on wet coats), wet sanding between each to remove orange peel, until the color was even. Although I could clear coat the base once it was dry to the touch, I waited a few days. Before clearing, I cleaned it thoroughly to remove any dust that settled on it. I then cleared it, 2 coats of clear, wet sanding with 1000 grit to remove the orange peel, then another 2 wet on wet coats. I wet sanded that too before applying the final 2 coats of clear. I waited a week and wet sanded the final clear coat, first with 1000, then 1500, then 2000. Using the rubbing compound I purchased from this site, I machined it to an incredible finish using a foam pad to apply the compound and a micro-fiber towel to buff by hand. You cannot tell I used a rattle can, it looks totally professional and more importantly matches the paint on the rest of the car in color, depth and shine. I am extremely satisfied with the quality of the paint. Time will tell how long it lasts, but being the car is garaged, I figure it should be good for at least 5 years before I'll need to shoot it again.

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