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Does anyone knows the correct color name and code?
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Acapulco blue. Code is E

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Thanks. I found it on one of my color guides. Is there anyone who have translated this into modern numbers or codes?
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Paint supply stores can mix to the old colors. Had 57 Inca Gold mixed in PPG brand and was exact to the chip in the old book and to the car. In my opinion this is something that should be purchased locally and not online. A bit of face to face time with the counterman is well worth the time.
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