PAINT CODES!!

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Leobx16v
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PAINT CODES!!

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does anyone know the paint codes for a bx 16v in red and the black part around the door?
1991 Citroen BX 16v - Red
1991 Citroen BX 16v - Silver
1992 Citroen BX 16v - White
1989 Peugeot 205 MI16 - Miami Blue
2002 Peugeot 406 est. HDI110 exec - Dark Blue
2006 Citroen C6 2.7HDi Exclusive - Storm Grey

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G650PGX 1989 ph.2 red BX 16v
G-VOT 1989 ph.1 White BX 16v

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Post by Kitch »

The red is on the inner N/S wing under the bonnet (although it\'s Venetian Red if that helps)

The black bit is weird....it\'s not actually normal paint, it\'s like a plastic coat spray on stuff. Looks and feels like paint, but isn\'t! I\'ve just go with gloss black and do em all again.
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Post by Leobx16v »

cheers kitch i'll have to try and get a black to match as close as possible
1991 Citroen BX 16v - Red
1991 Citroen BX 16v - Silver
1992 Citroen BX 16v - White
1989 Peugeot 205 MI16 - Miami Blue
2002 Peugeot 406 est. HDI110 exec - Dark Blue
2006 Citroen C6 2.7HDi Exclusive - Storm Grey

Scrapped:
G650PGX 1989 ph.2 red BX 16v
G-VOT 1989 ph.1 White BX 16v

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Post by Tim Leech »

Ive been told EXX is the colour code for the black paint?
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Post by Paul296 »

It is EXX but you can't get it mixed up any more as one of the components has lead in it - banned by EU directives apparently etc.

I used Halfords silk black - works fine.