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Old 01-22-2014, 01:00 PM   #1
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1998 Chrome Yellow touch up paint?

I have two small dings I'd like to cover and I'm also planning on removing the factory spoiler in the spring or summer. But I can't find genuine ford touch up paint. Anyone know where to find some?
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Touch Up Paint from PaintScratch.com

They're kind of a big deal.
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Touch Up Paint from PaintScratch.com

They're kind of a big deal.

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Also check out automotivetouchup.com they are pretty good I have used them twice. They even had my 94 teal which the store didn't have
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They look good too but I've been using paintscratch for YEARS. Dead nuts on match every time I've ordered and getting the shade of cyrstal white on my 95 Cobra right impressed the hell out of me. The morons at duplicolor have it shaded to the 96-98 cars and even that one doesn't really match all that great for those years.
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