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Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1990 Renault All Models.

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Select the color for your 1990 Renault All Models below by clicking on any item in the corresponding row. After the color is selected, just click the "choose your color" button to see the products we offer with that color!

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
262 Gris Pluton Metal/Gris Pluton Metallic
449 Bleu Sport Nacre
455 Bleu Nuit
495 Bleu Lumiere Metallic
640 Gris Iceberg Metallic
647 Gris Titane Metal/Gris Titane Metallic
727, R727 Rouge


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Wally, owner of a 2012 Cadilac SRX from Shoreview, MN

I purchased an aerosol each of Crystal Red and clear coat for repair to a scrape on the bumper of my wife's '12 SRX. Since it is a metallic color I was skeptical as to how it would blend when trying to spot in a section. I was pleasantly surprised with the results-the color was spot on and when polished down the clear blended perfectly.

Francis W S, owner of a 2011 Ram Dakota from Salem, OR

Well... I bought this beautiful Pearl Dark Blue (metalic paint) 2011 Ram - Dakota crew cab pickup. The only distraction were the many white scratches. Some were just in the clear coat but probably 20 were through the color coat. My friend at an Automotive Paint Store suggested that the color would be impossible to match! He didn't even try to sell me touch up paint! A friend suggested that he had found you on the web.... so there I go and also find you! I ordered your color match and clear coat. The match was an un-believable perfect match! After using the clear coat twice and allowing plenty fo cure time... with a special rubber sanding block (I made up) and 1200 wet or dry sand paper and soapy water (using great care just to level the clear coat not to go though the clear coat and into the color coat) every trace of prior damage disappeared! Of course after sanding you have to use rubbing compound with an old cotton T-shirt (four layers flattened with no wrinkles) and another rubbing block I made up out of 1/4 x 1.00 aluminum strap I had from another project. My truck is now show room perfect!

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