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Old 08-14-2007, 02:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Titanium Silver (color 354) paint subsitute?

Folks, I'm trying to find an equivalent paint spray (closest match) to the 354 color...eLuka has a very small spray, I would need about 3 x as much, but don't feel like paying $100 for the sum...VW, Nissan, GM, Honda all come in big spray sizes and go for ~ $10-15/can...with so many silver shades out there, I was wondering if anyone knows of an equivalent color (closest match) that I can use instead of the BMW 354 (I have to paint the side lower carbon fiber rail, so shade differences won't be that visible)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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PaintScratch Touch-Up Paint (rs), Spray Cans, Spray Paint, Paint Pens, Car Paint, Automotive Paint - -you can buy the EXACT same color from them.
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They're good, but don't ship to Canada...thx for the info though !
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Problem solved

Problem solved with a local paint shop : you give them the color code (or VIN) & they'll mix a 16 oz. aerosol can for you for $30 (USD 27)

Contacted 2 dealers but they only carry sticks (for $20) and won't sell you paint, nor put it into an aerosol can.

Next step: see how well it matches
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What will you be working on? Getting paint to match is not only a matter of getting it mixed correctly, but also of how you apply it, since your paint is a few years old and you will prolly be getting showroom spec paint. Oh, I see you mention your painting a rather inconspicuous place. You should be fine.

By the way, could we get some pictures of this ride of yours? MAybe even before and after?
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