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04-10-2020 20:13
Spacerunner It depends if the paint finish was provided by the vehicle manufacturer or the Motorhome converter.
If the cab retained its original vehicle’s paint work then you could get the code from the model details plate.
If it’s a paint job by the Motorhome converter then I doubt if they would retain a paint code reference.
If you’re having a professional respray the you’ll have to accept ’nearest match’ which is usually spot on.
04-10-2020 13:21
Pudsey_Bear or on the bonnet slam panel.
03-10-2020 10:56
Tricky2 If its a Fiat or Ford cab, there should be a paint code on the bulk head.
Rick
02-10-2020 22:20
jiwawa The cab paint will be provided by the base manufacturer - Fiat? Ford?
02-10-2020 21:26
Leshim
Paint

Hi I have a mcLouis tandy 672 and the silver paint over the cab is looking a bit shaby can any one tell what shade of silver paint I should use to respray thanks

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