Recipe for 1969-71 164 Dark Green (Color Code 94)
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    1. #1
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      Recipe for 1969-71 164 Dark Green (Color Code 94)

      Greetings.

      I have a 1970 164 painted dark green (code 94) and seeking the recipe for mixing this code. I have damaged my front left hand fender and have a spare creme one at hand that I can have repainted, albeit without the lovely patina. The dark green I am after is the 69 to 71 shade.

      Alternatively someone might have a spare 164 dark green fender in perfect condition, without the side indicator hole (not required in Australia).

      Andrew Jackomos
      Melbourne, Aust


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      Re: Recipe for 1969-71 164 Dark Green (dadedo)

      If you take the color number off the plate on the inner fender your reputable paint store should be able to match it. Failing that take the car to them and let them see it. At least in the US the better paint stores are pretty good at that since it makes their reputation.
      My first 164 was that color when I got it. Now more or less turquoise blew.

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      Re: Recipe for 1969-71 164 Dark Green (Walrus3)

      Dear George
      Once again thank you
      Andrew

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      Re: Recipe for 1969-71 164 Dark Green (dadedo)

      Thank you. My query has been answered.

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