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Technical Areas => Restoration Related Discussion => Topic started by: clayton on February 16, 2009, 07:38:51 PM

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Title: 79 trans am Pontiac white paint code help needed ASAP
Post by: clayton on February 16, 2009, 07:38:51 PM
My car is ready for paint at the paint shop and i  need to know what the factory pontiac white paint code was cuz i want to be as close to the original white as possible....If you can please email me links or the code or any help you can offer to getting the right white.....

claytonlobue@yahoo.com

thank you
clayton
Title: Re: 79 trans am Pontiac white paint code help needed ASAP
Post by: 78tahitman on March 06, 2009, 11:27:52 AM
I thought your car was originally black?
Title: Re: 79 trans am Pontiac white paint code help needed ASAP
Post by: clayton on March 07, 2009, 12:12:07 AM
im not really sure what it was....the previous "owners" have done so much disrespect to the body of this car.... it got painted white though...and it looks amazing...
Title: question about the bird decal
Post by: Cynthia Bennett on November 05, 2010, 05:59:01 PM
I have a picture of a 1970"s Trans Am, my husband and I are restoring a 1976.  I have a picture that shows the bird decal as a smaller version with the wings open and not filled in, a lot like the regular bird, but much smaller and mostly like an open drawing.  More paint shows through the wings and takes up much less room on the shaker hood.  Very pretty and classy looking.  I can't find a picture on the net that shows this particular version of the bird.  Does any one have an idea about this.  I can scan the pic and upload if someone thinks they can help.  Also, we are having trouble finding a viable dash pad.  Any information will be very appreciated.

Thank you for your help!

Cindy

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