Looking 4 pics with #46 paint code

Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by 1972borden, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. 1972borden

    1972borden Veteran Member

    Oct 21, 2004
    I was hoping that someone here would have some pics of this paint code.I did a search and didnt find any.I also looked in the gallery and none there.It is either called green/gold poly or golden olive poly.Any replies would be great.I want to see how my car is going to look before I buy the paint.

  2. 1972borden

    1972borden Veteran Member

    Oct 21, 2004
    No one has a car painted this color?I believe it is a 1973 color.I guess if there isn't anyone that has this color it will be a great choice for mine.TTT
  3. Chris77Z28

    Chris77Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    1973 paint code 46 is called green/gold. You have it right BUT sorry I have no photos.
  4. thomer

    thomer Veteran Member

    Sep 13, 2009
    humm, I just picked up a 73z this color with black stripes. to bad it got painted black over it. LOL Im looking for a car in this color too.
  5. 70 Proof

    70 Proof Veteran Member

    Sep 28, 2014
    Southern Utah
    Here is a photo of a green gold #46, 1973 Camaro green gold.jpg 73 Type LT
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  6. tom3

    tom3 Veteran Member

    Aug 1, 1999
    Good looking car but way down on my list of colors if I was redoing a car. That white interior gives it some flair too.
  7. bodymanbill

    bodymanbill Veteran Member

    Feb 1, 2007
    South Park Pa
    image.jpg Looks to be a 73 only color, sure is alot of yellow in it, very little green
  8. Rich Schmidt

    Rich Schmidt Veteran Member

    Mar 27, 2010
    Denville NJ
    My 73 was born that color. I am contemplating redoing it back to a stock look. I got the idea when I saw a mid 2000's Jeep in "rescue green" which is a similar color with a yellowish/gold pearl to it. If I go back to looking original I will probably use that color,it is really nice.
  9. xten

    xten Veteran Member

    Sep 24, 2014
    Pittsburgh, Pa.
    That DMD 641 (considered by PPG to be yellow) is actually crap brown, and a very weak tint. The 1678 is a very dominant one, which is why there isn't much of it. A very small amount will sway a color quickly. It's amazing to me that they could get highlights and flop like this with just aluminum, not pearl, which did not exist back then on domestic OE colors.
  10. Lars_2Gen

    Lars_2Gen Veteran Member

    Dec 29, 2017
    Fullerton, CA
    My 73 was also this color... not going back to it. My car isn't near original anyways...

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