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Primrose yellow paint code from Moss Motors

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LGMTR6 Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1954 MG TF 1500
1958 Triumph TR3A
1967 MG MGB GT    & more
Has anyone tried the paint code referenced in the Moss catalogue for primrose yellow to see if it's correct?
The reference DITZLER 81168.
Thanks



Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida

52 MG TD (restored)
54 MG TF 1500 (project)
56 Triumph TR3 (project)
67 MGB GT (restored)
68 MGC GT (nice driver)
68 Triumph TR 250 (nice driver)
71 Triumph Stag (driver)
73 Triumph Stag (project)
74 Triumph TR6 (restored)

I've just never really figured out the "sell one when you get another" part of it all...



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2017-11-30 09:39 AM by LGMTR6.

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billspit Bill Kea
Moore, Spartanburg, SC, USA   USA
Moss is selling paint?

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LGMTR6 Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1954 MG TF 1500
1958 Triumph TR3A
1967 MG MGB GT    & more
No, Moss isn't selling paint but they do list paint codes in the catalogue for various colors.



Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida

52 MG TD (restored)
54 MG TF 1500 (project)
56 Triumph TR3 (project)
67 MGB GT (restored)
68 MGC GT (nice driver)
68 Triumph TR 250 (nice driver)
71 Triumph Stag (driver)
73 Triumph Stag (project)
74 Triumph TR6 (restored)

I've just never really figured out the "sell one when you get another" part of it all...

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billspit Bill Kea
Moore, Spartanburg, SC, USA   USA
Good to know. I'll mosey over there.

T250R Gary Brooks
Roanoke, Virginia, USA   USA
I recently painted my TR3A “light yellow”. The Primrose that I kept seeing at car shows had a greenish hue to it and didn’t match the small original sample I took from the car.

I finally found an MGBGT at show that was a match. Unfortunately, the owner said it was a custom mix which had been matched to the door jambs. Luckily, I had been playing around with color swatches and had a sample of Ford’s “Springtime Yellow” with me. It was almost a dead match. Look it up and see what you think.

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LGMTR6 Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1954 MG TF 1500
1958 Triumph TR3A
1967 MG MGB GT    & more
Thanks for the info. What year was Springtime yellow on the Ford?



Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida

52 MG TD (restored)
54 MG TF 1500 (project)
56 Triumph TR3 (project)
67 MGB GT (restored)
68 MGC GT (nice driver)
68 Triumph TR 250 (nice driver)
71 Triumph Stag (driver)
73 Triumph Stag (project)
74 Triumph TR6 (restored)

I've just never really figured out the "sell one when you get another" part of it all...

T250R Gary Brooks
Roanoke, Virginia, USA   USA
Without being a Ford expert, I believe it was offered in the mid 60’s, especially on the Ford Mustang

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