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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old Apr 30th, 20, 06:53 PM Thread Starter
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1969 Camaro Ivory White vs. Duplicolor

Looking to redo-my interior. I'll be redoing all the panels, but has anyone used the Duplicolor white and how close do you think it was to the original Ivory?
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Re: 1969 Camaro Ivory White vs. Duplicolor

White needs to be exact if you want it to match factory color. Your local auto paint company should be able to mix the correct factory white interior color, for a spray gun or rattle can. Make sure you prepare the surfaces you are going to color.
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The Duplicolor white is exactly that. white. It's the difference between red and blue. The OER ivory is very close. I used it on my replacement bucket seats hindge covers. Look pretty dead on.

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The Duplicolor white is exactly that. white. It's the difference between red and blue. The OER ivory is very close. I used it on my replacement bucket seats hindge covers. Look pretty dead on.

I was looking considering the OER. That's the PP810, correct? So for point of reference the Ivory isn't exactly as bright a white? Or how would you describe it compared to a white?

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The ivory is not as bright. That's correct. I'm working today, I can look at the can I have tomorrow for the number.

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Yes PP810. Sorry I worked VA 72 hour shift.
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Re: 1969 Camaro Ivory White vs. Duplicolor

The Dupilcolor did not match my PUI white interior. I took the seat cover to the auto paint store and they mixed up the exact shade using the camera on the cover.
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Yes PP810. Sorry I worked VA 72 hour shift.

Thank you so much. And wow, that is one heck of a shift! Hope you're getting some much deserved rest.
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Thanks. The longest shift I have had to work is 96 hours straight. I hope that never happens again. I did another 72 hour shift the day after I got that one day break. I love the white interior. It really pops with my white stripes. My old Le mons blue 69 COPO had white interior too. Too bad I didn't know the car was special. I wouldn't have let it go.

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Thanks. The longest shift I have had to work is 96 hours straight. I hope that never happens again. I did another 72 hour shift the day after I got that one day break. I love the white interior. It really pops with my white stripes. My old Le mons blue 69 COPO had white interior too. Too bad I didn't know the car was special. I wouldn't have let it go.

I bet those colors really looked great together.


One more question as long as you've been through the process. How many cans do I need to do the whole interior? I can't find it locally so I'll have to buy it and pay for shipping.
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I would say probably 6 cans. Door panels, rear panels, arm rest and base. All else would be black from the factory. Dash, headliner, and package tray. Make sure it's real clean, and prime it

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I would say probably 6 cans. Door panels, rear panels, arm rest and base. All else would be black from the factory. Dash, headliner, and package tray. Make sure it's real clean, and prime it

What would you recommend as a primer?
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There are several vinal dye primers out there. I would use the OER brand if that is the dye your using.

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Ugh. Bought 7 cans of OER PP810 (enough to do everything and get free shipping). It seems to have more of a light creme tint to it. (Pictures don't really show the contrast as much).
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Sorry to hear that. Mine was dead on. Don't know what could be different.

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