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Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1988 Jaguar All Models.

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Select the color for your 1988 Jaguar All Models 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!

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Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
332, CEH Grenadier Red
336, MDF Talisman Silver Metallic
337, JFE Arctic Blue Metallic
337, JFE Artic Blue Metallic
338, JFC Clipper Blue Metallic
342, LDP Dorchester Gray Metallic
701, HEN Jaguar Racing Green
709, HES Alpine Green Metallic
711, 747, AFV, AGA Satin Beige Metallic
714, CEV Crimson Metallic
715, JFJ Solent Blue Metallic
716, MDJ Silver Birch Metallic
717, HET Moorland Green Metallic
718 Tungsten Metallic
721, NDK Glacier White
742, NDP Glacier White
JEX Tungsten Metallic


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



John G, owner of a 1988 Jaguar from Inverness, FL

Very fast shipping, excellent color match, highly recommend. J Giles

Eugene N, owner of a 2001 Jaguar from Peoria, IL

Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. So far, the only use was a door handle. I only replaced the handle, not the bezel, and it matches perfectly. I have some front bumper touch up to do next, when weather permits. Looking forward to using up the can, repairing an area that has been scratched up for over 3 years. If I had only found you earlier, it would already be done. Thanks for such a quality product.

Peter E, owner of a 1998 Jaguar from Clearwater, FL

I have a black (anthracite) 1998 Jaguar Xj6 in very good condition. It had one rust bubble on a wheel arch about the size of a quarter. Not really worth sending in to a body shop but annoying and worrying to have. I took the paint and rust off, down to bare metal, applied filler, sanded and under coated. I applied the purchased matching anthracite paint and was a little disappointed as it looked flat not irredescent like the rest of the car. I applied several coats of clearcoat and the paint came to life, shiny and sparkly, just like new. I did not know if I could do it myself but it is close to perfect and all for a very low cost.

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