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1993 Toyota Tercel.
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1993 Toyota Tercel below
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The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. The code will have a C/TR in front of it. A typical code will look like C/TR: 1D4/FH13, and 1D4 would be the color code in this example. Click here for Toyota paint code location diagrams and label examples.
Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1993 Toyota 4Runner, Camry, Celica, Corolla, Land Cruiser, MR2, MR2 Spyder, Paseo, Previa, Sienna, Supra, T100, or Truck? If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1993 Toyota Models page. Or, just go to our page dedicated to Toyota Touch Up Paint
Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Julio M, owner of a 1993 Toyota Tercel from CA
Great, fantastic match, can't see where the damage was, I highly recommend AutomotiveTouchup.
Ben G, owner of a 1993 Toyota Celica from Milwaukee, WI
Awesome! A perfect match. I am absolutely impressed.
Thank you all.
William N, owner of a 1993 Toyota Truck from Luray, VA
I am the original owner of this pickup. I sold it to my brother-in-law in 1996. He used it as a second vehicle so twenty-one years later it is still in really good shape and has less than 100,000 miles on it. It had a few minor dents in it and it did need a paint job. We had it estimated at two different places and it ended up that it was going to be around $3,500.00. The vehicle is not worth spending that kind of money on it so I offered to paint it. The dents were easy and I spent quite a bit of time prepping. Skip helped me out with the paint and we have about $500.00 in it. This job turned out so well it is almost comical. Yes I painted a truck in the garage with aerosol paint cans, base coat, clear coat. After I let the paint dry for a month I wet sanded it with 2000 grit paper and did some light buffing. As soon as it warms up I will finish the buffing and put some wax on it. Everybody who has looked at this can not believe it was painted with aerosol cans. Yes I did spent a lot of time prepping but it is one of those projects that I get a lot of compliments on. No drips, no runs, no errors.
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