Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1973 Mazda All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1973 Mazda All Models, please note: The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb or on the firewall. Click here for Mazda paint code locations and a label example.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Olympia Blue AK AK Olympia Blue
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Phoenix Blue AM AM Phoenix Blue
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Galac Silver Metallic B5 B5 Galac Silver Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Angel Blue Metallic B8 B8 Angel Blue Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Espace Blue Metallic C7 C7 Espace Blue Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Norden Olive Metallic D4 D4 Norden Olive Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Concorde Silver Metallic D6 D6 Concorde Silver Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Alexandrite Gold Metallic D9 D9 Alexandrite Gold Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Olive Green Metallic E5 E5 Olive Green Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Nebula Green ER ER Nebula Green
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Earth Green Metallic EU EU Earth Green Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Andromeda Green EY EY Andromeda Green
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Iris Blue Metallic F3 F3 Iris Blue Metallic
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Sunrise Red RH RH Sunrise Red
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Stanley White WD WD Stanley White
1973 Mazda All Models Touch Up Paint | Nova White WP WP Nova White

 

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

George H, owner of a 2013 Mazda Mazda6 from Baton Rouge, LA

Touch up paint was a perfect match and the glossy finish was perfect. However, after prolonged use (long and continuous pressing) large bubble droplets begin to form at the nozzle that end up on the painted surface. I am guessing this happens when the pressure in the can drops. [ATU Note: While pressure drop could come into play, the normal cause is that a little paint dried up on the nozzle or you just need to shake it more between coats.]

Sam W, owner of a 1999 Mazda from Cupertino, CA

Worked great.

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