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AHAOLC Minus De Reijer
Fijnaart, Netherlands, Netherlands   NLD
I'm restoring a ice bleu 100/4 and would like to know the color codes of a silver / dark blue dashboard. Not sure if colors are original.

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for my Healey Blue BN2 that's being restored & a friends gold concours BN2 I used PPG Deltron 2000, Mercedes Dunkelblau, code 13907 & Deltron 2000, Toyota Amethyst Silver Poly, code 13907, then PPG DCU 2021 Clear overtop for a stunning finish.

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ggraham8 Glenn Graham
Humble, Texas, USA   USA
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The paint code for the blue and the silver are the same in your post. Could you pass along the code for the silver used on the raised portion of a BN1/BN2 dash?

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PAN Alwyn Keepence
Ipswich, Queensland, Australia   AUS
G'day Minus,
My '54 BN1 was supplied in Healey Blue. When I bought the car in 1968 the dash was BLACK with silver instrument surround. I believe that it had never been repainted.
Queensland, Australia

I used paint code 34167, for the Silver, Deltron 3000 DBC. In my earlier post above, I listed paint code 13907 for both the Blue & Silver in error. Also I applied DCU 2020 clear overtop of both colors

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