And your winner for this month is...
Don't have the part number handy. I'm heading home but still have around 900 miles to go.Congrats! And very nice steering wheel. Do you have a part number? Thanks
I have to get the paint scanned to get the color. I bought the car as a basket case but taken completely apart and painted. The owner said it was a GM color but wasn't sure what the code was. The painter and body man worked at the GM dealer body shop but had passed away. It was painted around 6 years ago. The retired guy I bought it from had put the tailgate together but stopped. He ran into me when I was out with my 65 wagon and asked if I was looking for another wagon. Went to see it and bought it. I completed it last summer and took it to the guy I bought it from. He was extremely pleased to see it done and surprised at how different it looked from what he envisioned. I thought at the time that he had lost interest in the car because it sat for over a year with nothing done to it. I found out later that he had a heart problem and the doctor recommended him not to work on the car. It had a 6 cyl/powerglide and blue interior with bucket seats from a late 60's Chevelle or similar sized GM car. I never used any of the trim that came with the car nor interior parts. Front suspension and steering is all new, etc..... Spent way more than I originally anticipated but that's common in this hobby.Great choice on the paint color.
May I have the paint's name, and/or code?