Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1958 Ford All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1958 Ford All Models, please note: The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. Click here for the Ford paint code location chart and paint code image example.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Inca Gold 4, M20J641 4, M20J641 Inca Gold
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Dark Blue B, M20J829 B, M20J829 Dark Blue
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Caribbean Turquoise B, M556A B, M556A Caribbean Turquoise
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Gunmetal Gray Metallic H, M30J897 H, M30J897 Gunmetal Gray Metallic
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Gulfstream Blue M, M30J900 M, M30J900 Gulfstream Blue
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Meadow Green M14283, U M14283, U Meadow Green
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Goldenrod Yellow M30J358, X M30J358, X Goldenrod Yellow
1958 Ford All Models Touch Up Paint | Winterset White M30J495 M30J495 Winterset White

 

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

Jerry D S, owner of a 1958 Ford from Ackerman, MS

I have used your 12 ounce cans of Touch Up paint and clear coat on my 1958 Ford Fairlane 500 two door hardtop, 1963 Buick Riviera and 2003 red Mustang and my wife's 2003 Toyota. If the factory paint is still on a car, Automotive TouchUp matches perfectly. I have used regular primer with all but the 2003 Mustang. I tried their sandable gray primer with my last project and love it. I highly recommend AutomotiveTouchup products.

Wayne G, owner of a 1957 Ford from Kerrville, TX

Ordered your paint for my recently purchased collector car, a 1957 Ford Ranchero. Original color was Colonial White though it had been repainted over the decades. Your paint matches those chipped areas where the original was showing through and is fully acceptably close to the repaint. I have been very pleasantly surprised with how far one two-ounce bottle of paint is going and still going as there were many areas needing touch up. Took second place at a local car show last Saturday and believe me, this is no show car!

Thomas S, owner of a 1957 Ford from Minneapolis, MN

I have a 1957 Ford Thunderbird that is white. It is an old repaint and has some scratches where the primer was showing. I am replacing some trim pieces over the winter and wanted to touch up the scratches while the trim was off. The color is an exact match. The paint flowed so nicely I can hardly tell its been retouched. On top of all that shipping was really quick. I am very happy with the paint and would recommend these guys to anyone.

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