Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1972 Lincoln Continental

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1972 Lincoln Continental, 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
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Silver Moondust Metallic 1D, M5106A 1D, M5106A Silver Moondust Metallic
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Red Moondust Metallic 2G, C9, M5070A 2G, C9, M5070A Red Moondust Metallic
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Ginger Bronze Metallic/Ginger Moondust Metallic 39, 5C, M5008A 39, 5C, M5008A Ginger Bronze Metallic/Ginger Moondust Metallic
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Blue Moondust Metallic 3C, D9, M5007A 3C, D9, M5007A Blue Moondust Metallic
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Ivy Moondust Metallic 4D, E9, M5069A 4D, E9, M5069A Ivy Moondust Metallic
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Dark Green Metallic 4Q, M3542A 4Q, M3542A Dark Green Metallic
1972 Lincoln Continental Touch Up Paint | Gold Glamour Metallic/Gold Moondust Metallic 6G, M5086A 6G, M5086A Gold Glamour Metallic/Gold Moondust Metallic

 

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

Stephen B, owner of a 2005 Lincoln Town Car from Douglasville, GA

Considering my painting skills everything came out pretty good. I believe I could have done a better job on the mirror if the temperature was a little warmer and I had one of those snap and spray holders. The paint was the correct color and matches perfect.

Mark M, owner of a 2005 Lincoln Town Car from San Antonio, TX

The color, primer and clear coat bottles were the right size for my needs. Following your web based instructions made things a lot easier for me. My only concern was in preparing my car for touch up, the key was getting the area to be touched up prepared. In my case, if the scratch did not go down to the metal, a touch up was easy. If the scratch went down to the metal and the primer was also scratched away, then preparing that area took a lot more time and error to get the ideal result. MOST of my touch ups looked great; a couple not so but I could live with it. The paint, primer and clear are all holding well and I would not hesitate to recommend your products to anyone. Mark

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