Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1998 Lexus All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1998 Lexus All Models, please note: The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. The code will have a C/TR in front of it. A typical code will look like C/TR: 1D4/FH13, and 1D4 would be the color code in this example. Click here for Lexus paint code location and paint code image sample.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | White Pearl Mica 049 049 White Pearl Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Diamond White Pearl 051 051 Diamond White Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | White Pearl 057 057 White Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Alpine Silver Metallic 199 199 Alpine Silver Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Platinum Metallic 1A0 1A0 Platinum Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Antique Sage Pearl 1B2 1B2 Antique Sage Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Millenium Silver Metallic 1C0 1C0 Millenium Silver Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Smokey Topaz Mica 1C2 1C2 Smokey Topaz Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Riverock Green Mica 1C3 1C3 Riverock Green Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Black Onyx 202 202 Black Onyx
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Rose Quartz Metallic 3K7 3K7 Rose Quartz Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Renaissance Red 3L2 3L2 Renaissance Red
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Ruby Pearl 3L3 3L3 Ruby Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Red Mica 3M8 3M8 Red Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Baroque Red Metallic 3M9 3M9 Baroque Red Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Cinnabar Pearl 3N1 3N1 Cinnabar Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Oyster Pearl 4M7 4M7 Oyster Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Cashmere Beige Metallic 4M9 4M9 Cashmere Beige Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Antique Bronze Mica 4P1 4P1 Antique Bronze Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Burnished Gold Metallic 4P2 4P2 Burnished Gold Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Desert Bronze Metallic 4P3 4P3 Desert Bronze Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Classic Green Pearl 6P2 6P2 Classic Green Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Silver Jade Metallic 6P7 6P7 Silver Jade Metallic
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Imperial Jade Mica 6Q7 6Q7 Imperial Jade Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Woodland Green Pearl 6R1 6R1 Woodland Green Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Blue Velvet Pearl 8L3 8L3 Blue Velvet Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Atlantis Blue Mica 8L4 8L4 Atlantis Blue Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Royal Sapphire Pearl 8L5 8L5 Royal Sapphire Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Spectra Blue Mica 8M6 8M6 Spectra Blue Mica
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Twilight Blue Pearl 8M8 8M8 Twilight Blue Pearl
1998 Lexus All Models Touch Up Paint | Antique Sterling Metallic 941 941 Antique Sterling Metallic

 

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

Richard Tran, owner of a 1998 Lexus from Houston, TX

My first time on your web site after looking around paint shops in Houston ,TX. I decided to buy your products and paint the car by myself, it's a wonderful, the new paint color match the old color of my car, saved a lot of money.. Highly recommend to my friends. Thank you very much.

Julian F, owner of a 1999 Lexus RX300 from Atlanta, GA

Good rapid service.

Joe A, owner of a 1999 Lexus ES300 from San Leandro, CA

Purchased a used Lexus from a used car dealer that looked good except for the side mirrors. The paint was chipping off both sides and had rock dings all over them. The dealer tried painting over them but it still didn't look good. After sanding, filling the rock dings, and sanding again, I painted them with a shaker can. Didn't get the clear coat in a shaker can as I already had some but, I did get a small jar of paint and clear coat for chips and scratches. Both the shaker can and the jar of paint matches perfectly. Glad I decided to do this myself and not pay someone a lot more to do it and, the mirrors look like new now.

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