Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1965 Lincoln All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1965 Lincoln All Models, please note: The Lincoln color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. It is two digits long and consists of numbers and/or letters. Click here for Lincoln paint code image examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Encino Yellow/Granada Yellow 2, M1633A, R 2, M1633A, R Encino Yellow/Granada Yellow
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Arctic White 9A, M, M1619A 9A, M, M1619A Arctic White
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Turino Turquoise Metallic/Velvet Turquoise Metallic B, M1450A, U B, M1450A, U Turino Turquoise Metallic/Velvet Turquoise Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Silver Blue Metallic E, M30J1269, Y E, M30J1269, Y Silver Blue Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Riviera Turquoise Metallic/Teal Metallic M1070A M1070A Riviera Turquoise Metallic/Teal Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Silver Sand Metallic M1630A, Z M1630A, Z Silver Sand Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Burnished Bronze Metallic M1738A, P M1738A, P Burnished Bronze Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Charcoal Frost Metallic M1744A, S M1744A, S Charcoal Frost Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Spanish Moss Metallic M1879A, R M1879A, R Spanish Moss Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Russet Metallic M1921A, V M1921A, V Russet Metallic
1965 Lincoln All Models Touch Up Paint | Platinum M921A, N M921A, N Platinum

 

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

Andrew C, owner of a 2001 Lincoln LS8 from Camano Island, WA

Great color match for our 13 year old car. One suggestion would be to offer a single-step product in the same small bottles with the brush cap that you currently provide. With the 2-step, it's very difficult to touch up small small chips so that they are not noticeable. First you have to apply the base coat, which dries flat (not glossy) and then to recover the gloss, the clear coat is put on. This results in 2 applications of paint which are piled on top of each other, making the repair much less invisible. What I do is mix the clear and base together in another container and then touch up the chip(s). Makes for a much better finish match and a more satisfactory repair. Andy

Daniel C, owner of a 2001 Lincoln LS8 from Chrisney, IN

Your paint matched perfectly on both my cars!!!

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