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1995 Mazda 626.
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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.
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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Greggory B, owner of a 1995 Mazda 626 from Milton Freewater, OR
Great match it is hard to tell where the old paint meets the new paint from a step away. My daughter's Mazda is 18 years old so it had lots of chips and paint exchanges. I touched up the bumpers and you can not even tell they are repaired.
Nick B, owner of a 1994 Mazda RX7 from Antelope, CA
Paint matched perfectly, will buy paint from from automotive touchup again.
Paul T, owner of a 1994 Mazda Miata from Reno, NV
Vehicle rebuilt after accident before I got it. Looked ok, but had some finish issues and some cracking bondo on aluminum hood. Paint badly sun faded too in four years of use. Sanded body and repaired bondo, used the spray primer, like it a lot, best I've used. Decided to try using spray cans for whole car, I've painted several cars in the past, but no longer have the equipment. Base color went on ok, worked in sections and masked off surrounding areas. Found color to be slightly different than what had been sprayed on the car previously, not an issue as I do not like red anyway and was planning on doing the whole thing. First few cans of clearcoat went on fine, looked very good, then one can had a mishap, fluid came out from under the spray nozzle and made drops all over the area I was working on, stopped immediately and got another can to continue. Managed to save that area without much fuss and finished the car. This was a long process as I had to reorder paint twice and used about 16 cans of clear and 14 of color altogether. Car looks much better, shiny again and really RED. I used the same products to repair a "keyed" door on my Jeep to great success, that is why I decided to try doing the whole car this way, and it worked out fine, though a little spendy for the paint!
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