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Old 07-30-2015, 04:47 PM   #1
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Paint Code

Does anyone have a paint code for my 2001 CC Allure?
The color I'm looking for is "whimsical wheat". I have the paint color code sticker that came with it, but the only codes on it are for the gray brown metallic, and the grey brown purple metallic for my pin stripes. I called the new Country Coach parts, and they informed me that if I wanted any more information it would cost me $75. Needless to say, that conversation didn't end well. Any help I can get will be welcome.
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http://www.countrycoachforums.com/in...?topic=17472.0

go to this site and read the posts. One of the posts is a guy who says he has the Country Coach paint numbers and will give them out free.

Hope this helps.
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As old as your coach is, it would be best to take the refer panel or the water heater panel off and take it to a paint shop and let them custom mix the paint to match. This way, it will be "aged" to match the current paint.
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unless it was being used, it's always been kept inside, so the paint is in good shape.
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As old as your coach is, it would be best to take the refer panel or the water heater panel off and take it to a paint shop and let them custom mix the paint to match. This way, it will be "aged" to match the current paint.
Do this. The original paint used on my coach was very expensive and hard to match (sikkens I believe). Had a local shop match a panel and it turned out perfect.
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I called the new Country Coach parts, and they informed me that if I wanted any more information it would cost me $75. Needless to say, that conversation didn't end well. Any help I can get will be welcome.
I don't understand why folks expect the new CC to provide information for free. The information would be lost to us if Ron Lee had not purchased it. It wasn't free to him so I don't see why it would be free to us. Either the information is of value or it is not.
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I don't understand why folks expect the new CC to provide information for free. The information would be lost to us if Ron Lee had not purchased it. It wasn't free to him so I don't see why it would be free to us. Either the information is of value or it is not.
Well said.
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Matching colors

Any good body shop worth their salt can match any paint to perfection.....computer technology is great.....
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