Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2001 Ford Crown Victoria

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 2001 Ford Crown Victoria 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
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Arizona Beige Metallic AQ, M6985A AQ, M6985A Arizona Beige Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Chestnut Brown Metallic B4, M6938A B4, M6938A Chestnut Brown Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Toreador Red Metallic FL, M6758A FL, M6758A Toreador Red Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Spruce Green Metallic FS, M6860A, XT1 FS, M6860A, XT1 Spruce Green Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Wedgewood Blue Metallic LL, M6910A LL, M6910A Wedgewood Blue Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Ebony M6373A, UA M6373A, UA Ebony
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Medium Titanium Metallic M6442A, YG M6442A, YG Medium Titanium Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Performance White M6640A, WT M6640A, WT Performance White
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Silver Frost Metallic M6720A, TS M6720A, TS Silver Frost Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Light Blue Metallic M6854A, M7 M6854A, M7 Light Blue Metallic
2001 Ford Crown Victoria Touch Up Paint | Amazon Green Metallic M6922A, SU M6922A, SU Amazon Green Metallic

 

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Why The Two-Step Paint System?

Your 2001 Ford Crown Victoria 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:

Lowrey F, owner of a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria from Stone Mountain, GA

Had trouble locating the correct color for my old Crown Vic. Automotive Touchup had what I needed in spades! After I selected the color paint I needed, they recommended I also select the clear coat for proper color match. I am using this clear coat for my other car also. The price charged for my color paint and clear coat was reasonable especially with no shipping and handling charges. Delivery of my order was way less than I was quoted and had everything in a matter of just a few days. Good products, good value with excellent service. I will trade again with Automotive Touchup. Thank you.

Brandon, owner of a 2000 Ford Taurus from Alvin, TX

My name is Brandon from Alvin, Tx. I bought a pint of the toreador red metallic touchup paint, and a quart of clear, about a month ago to complete a door restoration for my 2000 Taurus. Some delays kept me from getting it done, but door was officially painted as of 7/20 at 3 pm. The next day I was told I could pick it up. Initial impressions were that the color looked pretty good, but was a bit darker than mine (as expected from aging... that's real hard to match). The paint also felt a bit loose, but not soft or anything. But I left an impression with my fingernail. It had a few knocks around the edges too. I was a little concerned it wasn't going to stay on very well. However.... 7/23, today, and the paint is hardened up nicely and even dulled a bit in color. So this was a mistake made by myself and my painter, not yours, as we had underestimated the set time. Plus he was not familiar with using a premixed, ready-to-spray formula (said he only used 2 part catalyst mix... I didn't know). But I didn't pay much to have it done, and he did his best. Overall, it came out really well sans a few marks here and there where you can't really even see. So I will be needing a small touch-up pen soon to patch up the few little marks around the bottom of the door (don't want a peel to start happening), but all in all, I am quite pleased with how it came out. Even the slight orange hue that happens as this toreador red ages came out today when I last checked on the door. So I guess it just takes it about 2-3 good days to set properly. Thanks for a good color match, as this color is hard to find parts for in a salvage yard. My only gripe is that there wasn't any mention on the can for the length of time needed for it to set... or maybe we just missed it? Anyway, a mention about that on the can would be great in case anyone else new to this has this issue in the future. Thanks again! [ATU Note: I'm glad this worked out for you, too much material will make it take longer to set. Also higher air pressure and lighter coats will make the paint spray lighter in color and would help with the cure time too.]

Brian, owner of a 2000 Ford Taurus from New Jersey

I purchased a 2000 Ford Taurus which had already been repainted several years ago. The car was in great condition with the exception of the rear trunk lid which had some paint peeled off apparently due to improper preparation. It also had several peeling spots of top color coat when the detailer buffed off some decals. I purchased the primer, top coat, clear coat, prep sol and tack cloth from AutomotiveTouchup watched the instructional videos and followed the directions and after hand buffing with light compound it looked pretty good but not absolutely perfect (though probably perfect to someone who didn't know it was redone). I purchased a chrome license plate frame to dress it up a bit and it looked perfect. I was pretty amazed that the color was a perfect match!

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