Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1972 Rolls Royce All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1972 Rolls Royce All Models, please note:

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1972 Rolls Royce All Models Touch Up Paint | Regal Red 9500406 9500406 Regal Red
1972 Rolls Royce All Models Touch Up Paint | Scots Pine Green Metallic 9500640 9500640 Scots Pine Green Metallic
1972 Rolls Royce All Models Touch Up Paint | Caribbean Blue Metallic 9500683 9500683 Caribbean Blue Metallic
1972 Rolls Royce All Models Touch Up Paint | Velvet Green 9510402 9510402 Velvet Green

 

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

Byron Davis , owner of a 2011 Rolls Royce Ghost from Spring Texas

First question you might ask is why attempt a repair on a Rolls Royce. Why not let the dealer repair. First you have to take out a second mortgage to pay for repairs like this. So, after reading everything on the web I was convinced I could, and I did. It started out as a couple of chips and a few scratches in the rear bumper. I first ordered touch up paint (bottle) and a kit from England. Nice, but color was off. Undaunted, I ordered the base coat and clear coat here. I suggest you also order the spray handle if you hands are not very steady. My first dilemma was whether to only repaint about a 1-2 area foot (the chips and scratches were contained in about a 3 inch square) or the whole bumper. Every website assumes you will paint the whole bumper. I did the former making sure the new base coat blended perfectly. Same with clear coat. Granted, I probably should paint the whole bumper. If this does not last, I will. At age 73, it doesn’t have to last all that long anyway. After several days, I polished it. The result was perfect. I could not be happier. The instructions on this website are very good. But videos on the web are numerous and good. You need both. Take your time, use the proper sandpaper, polish remover,tack cloth, buffing compound and a variable speed buffer. OTHER SUGGESTIONS. Mask off the damaged area and prime only this part. Let it dry overnight,(not just 30 minutes), remove tape, sand smooth, and apply base and clear coat. Wait several days to polish. Good luck.

Joseph C, owner of a 2012 Rolls Royce from Troy, MI

Amazing product! Even better customer service! I was tracking my shipment and saw that it was delivered to my office yet it was nowhere to be found. I called Automotive Touchup and they re-made my order and shipped it out the very same day at no charge to me! I highly recommend Automotive Touchup!

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