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1994 Toyota All Models.
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1994 Toyota All Models 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.
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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:
Blake A, owner of a 1995 Toyota Camry from Milton, FL
My son had wrecked his 1995 Toyota Camry and we had to replace the hood and front quarter panel. Needless to say we weren't lucky enough to find a wrecked Camry that was the same Emerald Green color. We ordered two cans of spray paint and clear coat to match his car and do it ourselves. I was surprised at how closely the colors matched. It wasn't an exact match of course due to the age of the original paint, but it looks pretty darn close. The online VIDEOS provided on the site were extremely helpful, especially when it came to "blending" the colors so it wasn't so obvious. Because I have been so impressed with the color matching and great service, I am about to order several more cans of a different color for paint work on a 2005 Ford F150 4x4 rather than take it to the local body shop. I highly recommend Automotive Touchup for all of your automotive painting needs.
Stu, owner of a 1995 Toyota Truck from Carmichael, CA
I have a friend that has an old 13 year old white, small, pickup that was badly scratched in many various areas. The bed railing was very badly scratched, so started there. Masked the entire area at a sharp bend in the metal all around the railing. Sprayed it with primer about 3 times, then waited awhile and put on 2 coats of color, then waited awhile and put on 6 coats of finish coat. Turned out great. Because of the great nozzle on the spray can, I was able to touch up other areas on the truck without having to mask the areas where the scratches were. I used rubbing compound on the rest of the truck, the used the best wax I could find (Meguires) and the truck look like brand new. Sprayed the tires to make the shine black and wow, it was a great looking truck for an old old truck. Thank you for matching so closely the colors needed to paint this truck and selling superior paint application products including the great spray cans. It is really fun to work with another guy to make his truck look great because of you!
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