Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2005 Lexus LX470

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 2005 Lexus LX470, 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
2005 Lexus LX470 Touch Up Paint | Blizzard Pearl 070 070 Blizzard Pearl
2005 Lexus LX470 Touch Up Paint | Galactic Gray Mica 1E9 1E9 Galactic Gray Mica
2005 Lexus LX470 Touch Up Paint | Black 202, U202 202, U202 Black
2005 Lexus LX470 Touch Up Paint | Sand Dollar Pearl 4R2 4R2 Sand Dollar Pearl
2005 Lexus LX470 Touch Up Paint | Eucalyptus Mica 6T2 6T2 Eucalyptus Mica
2005 Lexus LX470 Touch Up Paint | Blue Vapor Metallic 8P6 8P6 Blue Vapor Metallic


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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2005 Lexus ES300, ES330, GS300, GS430, GX470, IS300, LS430, RX330, RX400h Hybrid, or SC430?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2005 Lexus Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Lexus Touch Up Paint

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

Hung T, owner of a 2005 Lexus LX470 from Little Rock, AR

It's perfect matched. Thank you so much.

John B, owner of a 2004 Lexus SC430 from Titus, AL

The touch up paint is excellent and an exact match. In most places, you can't even tell where the chips were. Highly recommend this product.

Alain Welter, owner of a 2004 Lexus ES300 from Houston, TX

I found the Automotive Touchup website from an ad in Popular Mechanics Magazine. I fixed my Lexus ES330's rear bumper and I am really happy with the outcome! The quality of these products must be exceptional as the outcome was very professional looking, (and I just saved a bundle of money). I especially liked the How-To videos, which helped me understand what process I was going to use. I had some cracks, paint chips, and as my car was bumped about a year ago the clear coat had started to chip off from the strong sun in Texas. The problem I thought I was going to have was the high humidity, which I can't control, so I waited until at least the temperatures were a little cooler before I started my project. I started in the morning and was done by the end of the day in my garage, making sure the sun did not hit the paint job. For areas 5ft x1ft or larger I recommend getting two cans of paint, but the primer and clear coat was just enough. I also recommend getting the Prep Solvent as well as the spray can trigger, which helps do it like the professionals. Thank you! I am now planning to get more paint to paint my bike.

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