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Old 09-05-2019, 09:23 PM   #1
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I need to repair a couple of cracks in the Roadtrek 190 Versatile storage lid. Does anybody know the color code for the paint used on the storage lid? If you know would you share that info?
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Old 09-06-2019, 05:14 PM   #2
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If you're lucky, there may be a paint code on a door sticker. Also, posting a picture may help others who have the same color and know the paint code.

Also, another thing to consider is new paint (even the exact original color) may not match the 20 yr. old paint on your van. I wonder if the automotive paint shops have a service like the hardware paint stores to match a color if you can take in a panel as a sample?

Good luck.
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The door sticker lists the main paint code for the chrysler white PW6. Does not seem to list the secondary color. Here is a couple of Pics to show what I am looking for.
Hope someone can help.
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I think I found the color codes for the older Roadtreks, found it in a whole Goggle search. Hope this is helpful to some other folks.
Here are the color codes for the old-school roadtreks with white bodies and blue/tan/green trim:

ice blue pearl is PPG#16842

mocha frost metallic is PPG#4282

grey green metallic is PPG#400528

White Chrysler White PW6
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I think I found the color codes for the older Roadtreks, found it in a whole Goggle search. Hope this is helpful to some other folks.
Here are the color codes for the old-school roadtreks with white bodies and blue/tan/green trim:

ice blue pearl is PPG#16842

mocha frost metallic is PPG#4282

grey green metallic is PPG#400528

White Chrysler White PW6
Now you're getting somewhere. You need to hit up your local PPG Automotive Paint Store for their opinion.

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The best thing to do is bring the part you need painted to your autobody shop or parts supply store. Most will have a scanner that will allow paint to be mixed to match the color of the part as it is now. Paint codes will give you the color of what it looked like 20 years ago.
Call around to find out which shop can do this for you.
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This is an off the shelf blue that was very close on my 99D190V. Dupli-color Light Blue Metallic BGM0539 (21 WA7470) Replaces T155
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