Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1988 Lotus All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1988 Lotus All Models, please note: Click here for Lotus paint code location diagrams and label examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | Glacier Blue Metallic A44 A44 Glacier Blue Metallic
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | Nimbus Gray Metallic A56 A56 Nimbus Gray Metallic
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | Shadow Gray Metallic A57 A57 Shadow Gray Metallic
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | Champagne Gold Metallic A58 A58 Champagne Gold Metallic
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | Steel Blue Metallic A59, B10 A59, B10 Steel Blue Metallic
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | Claret Red Metallic A62 A62 Claret Red Metallic
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | New Racing Green A65 A65 New Racing Green
1988 Lotus All Models Touch Up Paint | New Racing Green B04 B04 New Racing Green

 

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

Richard G, owner of a 2005 Lotus Elise from Ridgeland, MS

Had a slight mishap on the nose of my 05 Elise. I ordered a can of spray to match and after the clear coat is was off just a little. Sent the match card back and you contacted me to remix and got almost a perfect match. What great service and attention to detail to help me get it right. Thanks

Jerry B, owner of a Lotus from Beaverton, OR

A few years ago I began rebuilding a fiberglass-bodied Lotus Europa. I did all my own body work and paint, using a modern pearlescent paint on the body. When I began installing the rear window, I discovered the paint below the roofline was a bit thin, but not bad enough that I wanted to go through all the fuss with buying more paint, mixing it, masking off the shop and using the compressor and gun to remedy the problem. I ordered a can of your aerosol paint and one of clear coat. I masked the area that I didn't want overspray on and hit the thin spots with a couple of coats, applied at about 30 minute intervals. The match is absolutely spot on perfect and filled in the thin area like it was never there. Thanks for a great product.

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