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Any auto paint supplies store in your area should be able to mix it by code.

or try autocolorlibrary.com
 
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^ ^ ^ What he said!

When I replaced the corners on my CJ-7, I had a local paint shop mix up a couple of Smoke Gray spray cans, and finished it with some 'off-the-shelf' U-POL clear. Came out almost perfect!

The metal flake laid down a little differently than the factory paint job of course, so the sun catches things a little bit different, but otherwise it blended really well.



I'll be doing the same for when it's time to paint my new paddle-handle doors to match.

That's a great-lookin' blue, BTW!
 

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^ ^ ^ What he said!

When I replaced the corners on my CJ-7, I had a local paint shop mix up a couple of Smoke Gray spray cans, and finished it with some 'off-the-shelf' U-POL clear. Came out almost perfect!

The metal flake laid down a little differently than the factory paint job of course, so the sun catches things a little bit different, but otherwise it blended really well.



I'll be doing the same for when it's time to paint my new paddle-handle doors to match.

That's a great-lookin' blue, BTW!
Thanks! 84 was the only year it was offered.
 
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