Need paint code??

I'm try to find the paint codes for Toyota Signal Yellow paint before 2010. Not doing well with Google. I purchased a rebuilt Mini pickup and they swear that is the
color they used, it was a multi part urethane they remembered, I can find no reference to it. I tried a match at the local paint shop but that didn't work out to good either
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Using Google, I find this page: <http://members.iinet.net.au/~stepho/colour.htm
On that page is mention of Solar Yellow (code 576), and Signal Yellow (code 567). Solar Yellow is also called Super Yellow.
If a paint shop can't find a proper match to your paint color in their Toyota books, then it's probably a non-Toyota color.

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that paint code, he can only search by Vin# of a car with the correct color or the 11 diget + 567, paint part #. The local auto parts house's are as bad. It appears my only choice is to keep trying custom paint mixers at $ 40 - $50 a try until they get it much closer. To reply to this message please remove the AT after the kgs1 in the reply to address.
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Your editing skills are awful; please improve them. For example, you have left me in as having said something that you answered to, but have snipped everything I actually said. Are you new to Usenet?
Parts stores are the wrong places to find auto paint. You need to visit: 1) a body shop, 2) a body shop supply place, or 3) an automotive paint supply place. Those are the ones that will have the automaker paint charts, and will be able to supply you with an exact match to the factory color.
As an an aside... Automakers universally buy their paints from Tier-1 supplier companies like Sikkens and Sherwin Williams. These companies routinely release their recipes to the aftermarket so that body shops can repair and repaint cars with the correct factory colors. Therefore, finding Toyota 567 ought to be as easy as spilling paint on your prized Ming vase.
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I always bought my paint from "parts stores" except in one case I went to a dupont outlet. Some body shops should be able to do a photo computer match that will be identical without a paint code, except it will include any sun fading and oxidation, but great or matching panels.
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It would have been a bit easier if I knew what truck it is. Paint codes are on the door, but this is supposed to be all.
http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forums/interior-and-exterior/200657-toyota-paint-codes/
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Thanks to all for your assistance. The color is for a restored 1969 Mini Pickup truck which was beautiful restored in 2009 in Arkansas. As to my computer experience how does over 30 years IBM field engineering, mainframe systems, work for you??
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Nice link.
But that list isn't as complete as the poster asserts. For instance, it's missing 335 Red from the '70s. 335 was the forerunner of 3E5 Super Red.
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On 03/02/2013 08:04 AM, KG wrote:

Do you have the exact year/model of the Toyota from which this color came? A good PPG, BASF, etc. automotive paint dealer ought to have it on file. Failing that, they could scan the inside of the gas filler door etc.
good luck,
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