Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1960 Volkswagen All Models

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1960 Volkswagen All Models, please note: The paint code is normally located in the back compartment panel in the trunk. Click here for Volkswagen paint code location diagrams and label examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Texas Beige 271 271 Texas Beige
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Black L041 L041 Black
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Dove Blue L31 L31 Dove Blue
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Polarisilber Metallic L324 L324 Polarisilber Metallic
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Mango Green L346 L346 Mango Green
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Sea Blue L360 L360 Sea Blue
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Pampas Green L384 L384 Pampas Green
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Gulf Blue L390 L390 Gulf Blue
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Poppy Red L54 L54 Poppy Red
1960 Volkswagen All Models Touch Up Paint | Siegellackrot LL53 LL53 Siegellackrot

 

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

Charles C, owner of a 1961 Volkswagen from La Jolla, CA

I have been a customer for over 10 years as an individual restorer of Alfa Romeo, Opel, Porsche and Volkswagen vehicles. I have purchased some barn finds where the original paint was in amazing condition but had some areas that needed paint. Automotive Touchup was able to provide a match to the paint that in many cases didn't require any additional work to blend. Their customer service is excellent, shipping times are very good and product is the best in my opinion.

Michael D, owner of a 1974 Volkswagen from Redding, CA

The touch-up paint I purchased was an exact fit to the original 40-year-old paint on the inside of my Volkswagen Super Beetle. I cannot tell any difference in the color at all. However, the car was repainted on the outside, and, unfortunately, the painter did not match up the paint as well as you guys did; so now I have to do a little mixing of my own, or take the fuel-filler door down to an automotive paint place and see if they can match up the painter's "slight". I will use the touch up for the inside since it's a perfect match, and will buy the spray can from you, to re-do my interior.

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