Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1998 Chevrolet Tavera

Restore Your Chevrolet Finish In Two Steps

Select Your Chevrolet's Color (Step One)

AutomotiveTouchup paint products are custom mixed to perfectly match the color of your 1998 Chevrolet Tavera using a basecoat/clearcoat system just like factory specs. To insure a proper match, you’ll need to know your vehicle’s color code so you can find it on the chart below. The color code will be located on a sticker named Parts Identification. The code can start with BC/CC followed by a U, or a WA with a four digit number/letter combination. We use the WA format for simplicity, your code may have a U. WA8555 is the same as U8555. Click here for Chevy paint code location chart and paint code label examples.

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1998 Chevrolet Tavera Touch Up Paint | Olympic White 50, 50U, 8624, GAZ, GAZ-8624, GCZ, WA8624 50, 50U, 8624, GAZ, GAZ-8624, GCZ, WA8624 Olympic White

 

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Why The Two-Step Paint System?

Your 1998 Chevrolet Tavera is painted at the factory with a high quality basecoat/clearcoat system. This two-step paint system consists of step one, the basecoat, which is your car’s actual color, and step two, the clearcoat, the specially formulated clear paint that protects the base color and provides the luster and deep shine your vehicle came with when new. AutomotiveTouchup products faithfully reproduce your vehicle manufacturer’s basecoat/clearcoat system.

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

John K, owner of a 1999 Chevrolet Lumina Sedan from West Haverstraw, NY

Order was complete and matched paint exactly. This is my 3rd time ordering from Automotive Touchup and will continue as a loyal customer. The customer service is excellent and any concerns are answered asap. Regards, John Kuryla

John T, owner of a 1999 Chevrolet Prizm from PA

A very good color match considering I have been touching up the faded paint on a 17 year old Chevy. The only thing I have run into is to not use clear coat as I no longer get a perfect match with the old faded paint. What I do is carefully blend in the touchup with the old paint and it comes out good.

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