Exterior Touch Up Paint 1964-1973

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Product Description

Exterior touch up paint for 1964-1973 Mustangs.

The years ranges listed next to the color name are the years the color was offered from Ford on a Mustang.

These convenient 12 ounce aerosol cans are perfect for minor touch ups on the daily driver. Great for lower valances, door jambs, underhood, inside trunk area and misc. spot repair. These are made from the original paint supplier to Ford in the sixties using the exact same lacquer formulas that Ford used. Ford?s paint code can be found on your door data tag. Please note that due to the fact that most cars have been repainted and there are many types of paint (synthetic enamel, acrylic enamel, lacquers, clear coats, etc.) plus deterioration and fading of older paint we can not guarantee a perfect match.

Cannot be shipped via air shipments.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Not even close
Did not match at ALL
Ed October 4, 2014
Great match
Almost perfect match and a high quality paint. Buffed to a high gloss.
Todd July 12, 2014
Works for me
Just finished the entire rear valance and it is such a close match to the rest of the car you would never know it was done by can. Of course the valance does not direct match other painted panels much, so that helps. The paint is a thin lacquer and will run super easy with too much spray. I had to use 4-5 coats of very fine spray. Then clear coated , wet sanded , polished and it has the same paint weight and density as the sprayed car.
Jim July 8, 2014
Great paint
The Vintage Burgundy paint is great, it looks fantastic. Lynn
Lynn Barlow July 6, 2013
silver blue thin watery looking color
took a lot of coats to get coverage color was good not sure if i will ever buy again but was use full for what i used it for.
wade wilson January 27, 2013
Silver Blue = thin poor coverage
The color match for the silver blue metallic is very good. However the coverage is poor. It took MANY coats to get any sort of opacity to the paint. Might be ok for touchup over exsisting color base coat, but over primer especially darker primer, forget it. Maybe its because this is a metallic color, or maybe I got a bad batch but I was not impressed.
dieter November 18, 2012
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