Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1991 Infiniti G20

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1991 Infiniti G20, please note: Click here for the Infiniti paint code location chart. Most Infinity cars and SUVs have a three digit paint code which can consist of numbers and letters. Sometimes a three digit paint code is followed by a space and a fourth number or letter. The three closer together is the paint code.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | White Birch 326 326 White Birch
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Red Berry AG2 AG2 Red Berry
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Beige Pebble Metallic CG2 CG2 Beige Pebble Metallic
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | White Sandstone CH0, CHO CH0, CHO White Sandstone
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Dark Beige Pebble Metallic CJ0, CJO CJ0, CJO Dark Beige Pebble Metallic
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Platinum Ice Metallic KG1 KG1 Platinum Ice Metallic
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Gray Charcoal Metallic KH2 KH2 Gray Charcoal Metallic
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Black Obsidian KH3 KH3 Black Obsidian
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Blue Slate Metallic LH1 LH1 Blue Slate Metallic
1991 Infiniti G20 Touch Up Paint | Blue Lapis Pearl TH1 TH1 Blue Lapis Pearl

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1991 Infiniti M30, or Q45?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1991 Infiniti Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Infiniti Touch Up Paint

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

Randy M, owner of a 1991 Infiniti Q45 from Kerrville, TX

All I can say is "wow." Your products exceeded my expectations. I have an old car that has nice paint, except for a quarter-sized rust spot that appeared on the right rear door with total loss of paint surrounding the spot. It was a real eyesore. I was thinking about having body work done, but didn't want to spend the money on a pro shop. I thought, "what the heck, worst case scenario is I have to get it painted anyway." For about a hundred bucks, I sanded out the spot, repaired it with Bondo, sanded, and then painted using spray can paint. The match was nearly perfect. If you don't know it's been painted, you would not notice it. The rust spot drew your eyes to the bad part. Now it's gone. I saved a ton, and got results many times the value of what I spent. Kudos to you. Randy

Matt, owner of a 2000 Infiniti I30 from Cincinnati, OH

The paint matched very well, worked great to touch up a used vehicle I recently purchased. The finish looks smooth, and I will likely get another can to have just in case. Thank you.

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