Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1981 Jeep All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1981 Jeep All Models, please note: Newer Jeep models usually have the paint code in the door jamb. Most paint codes are three digits long and start with a P or Q and contains letters and/or numbers. Click here for more Jeep paint code locations and paint code images.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Montana Blue 1A 1A Montana Blue
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Moonlight Blue 1B 1B Moonlight Blue
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Sherwood Green Metallic 1C 1C Sherwood Green Metallic
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Autumn Gold 1D 1D Autumn Gold
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Copper Brown Metallic 1E 1E Copper Brown Metallic
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Chestnut Brown Metallic 1H 1H Chestnut Brown Metallic
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Deep Maroon Metallic 1K 1K Deep Maroon Metallic
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Steel Gray Metallic 1L 1L Steel Gray Metallic
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Olympic White 9B 9B Olympic White
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Forest Green FE FE Forest Green
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Olive Drab FH FH Olive Drab
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Cameo Tan OK OK Cameo Tan
1981 Jeep All Models Touch Up Paint | Dark Brown Metallic OM OM Dark Brown Metallic

 

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

Don, owner of a 1981 Jeep from Los Alamos, NM

Perfect match for my '81 Jeep Scrambler. Clearcoat made it pop!

Donald R, owner of a 1981 Jeep from Los Alamos, NM

I used Automotive touch up products on a 1981 Scrambler that matched perfectly after applying the clear coat. My body and paint rework confidence has skyrocketed thanks to Automotive Touchup products.

Alan I, owner of a 1982 Jeep from Thousand Oaks, CA

I have used the aerosol two stage paints on five different cars to date. I used them to mainly repaint plastic bumpers since they tend to fade and peel. I did repaint a rocker panel on our 2005 Lexus LS430 where it was scratched on a curb I had to add a little glazing putty stuff, sanded primered the area and was able to paint and feathered in the area into the original paint and it matched exactly! The last car was my 1982 Jeep CJ7 where I needed to repaint the front of the Jeep (Hood and front fenders) I actually found a Toyota paint that matched the Jeep original paint and painted the front area with 2 coats of the base color and 3 coats of clear and it looks really good with no orange peel and I haven't even rubbed out the clear coat!! What I really like about this paint is how it fans out like a spray guy and the paints go on very even and smooth.

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