Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1999 Ford Windstar

Restore Your Ford Finish In Two Steps

Select Your Ford's Color (Step One)

AutomotiveTouchup paint products are custom mixed to perfectly match the color of your 1999 Ford Windstar 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 can be located in the driver side door jamb. Click here for the Ford paint code location chart and paint code image example.

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Harvest Gold Metallic B2, M6926A B2, M6926A Harvest Gold Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Chestnut Brown Metallic B4, M6938A B4, M6938A Chestnut Brown Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Cabernet Red Metallic D6, M6871A D6, M6871A Cabernet Red Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Toreador Red Metallic FL, M6758A FL, M6758A Toreador Red Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Spruce Green Metallic FS, M6860A FS, M6860A Spruce Green Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Woodland Green Metallic FY, M6890A FY, M6890A Woodland Green Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Medium Royal Blue Metallic LA, M6504A LA, M6504A Medium Royal Blue Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Ebony M6373A, UA M6373A, UA Ebony
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Deep Jewel Green Metallic M6414A, PA M6414A, PA Deep Jewel Green Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Performance White M6640A, WT M6640A, WT Performance White
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Silver Frost Metallic M6720A, TS M6720A, TS Silver Frost Metallic
1999 Ford Windstar Touch Up Paint | Medium Steel Blue Metallic M6966A, SP M6966A, SP Medium Steel Blue Metallic

 

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Why The Two-Step Paint System?

Your 1999 Ford Windstar 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:

Susan P, owner of a 2000 Ford Windstar from Olympia, WA

I have a 2000 Ford Windstar. It was a used vehicle and the paint was beginning to come off the hood. Also after a winter in the rain of Seattle, I found the former owner must have used some type of carrier on the top which had deeply scratched the paint which was also beginning to peel and rust. When I took it to a local shop they wanted to charge me $1,000 and of course really wanted me to have the entire van painted. That was more than I could afford. I started searching the internet to see if there was some way I could do it myself. I went to dealership and they would only sell me a few ounces of paint in a little bottle for an outrageous price. Then I found Automotive Touch Up. With one can each of primer, based coat and top coat I was able to sand, repair and paint all the damage. I am thrilled with the results. It also turned into quite an event in the neighborhood. People walking by and neighbors stopped or came out to see what I was doing. Everyone was amazed at the results. I would certainly do this again and recommend it to others.

James B, owner of a 2000 Ford Windstar from Park Ridge, IL

Color was a great match and the project worked out well. Mine is an old Windstar, dating to 2000 - I've kept the motor running in great shape and it seems a shame to replace it just because it looks a little bad. My van developed some rust at the bottom 2" of the door; it's from hard winters here and all the salt that splashes up. A body repair shop first said they would do it for $1,100. I gulped and then said okay, we'll do it. Then they raised the price to $1,500. I gulped again. Then they said they wouldn't do it. I went to two other places, neither was willing to do the work. I'm doing it myself now for less than $300 all in, including some grinding tools, a light welder, bondo and your paint. And what I've done so far looks way better than the work they do. I would appreciate more instructions and tips - probably on the website. Best wishes.

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