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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:59 pm    Post subject: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

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This is a Challenge and taking this seriously
have to many days and Hours to find a unsolved
Mystery Color for a Pearl White Body 61-63
On Type 3 color chart is NA
So anyone have done this color or used any other to look similar?

I already trusted my paint shop for L479 Tan Beige
Wish the name donít mean anything to me but the CODE is
Important and after I painted was more as Medium Brown
But Shades are so different on a piece a paper or sunlight etc
So here are picture To look
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:20 am    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

Hey Pedro,
I have used this site before to check colours.
http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcodedisplaym.cgi?code=L479&manuf=Volkswagen&rows=50
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:24 am    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

note that it doesnt have the australian colours
for example polar white which my panel van is.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:41 am    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

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Hey Pedro,
I have used this site before to check colours.
http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcodedisplaym.cgi?code=L479&manuf=Volkswagen&rows=50
hope it helps
Cheers Peter


Well does go back to the Tan Brown wish
I think the CODE is NOT Correct for those inner rims

1st shot of Patron I see more light Grey
2nd. shot I see more Greenish color in it
3rd shot i see more like mouse Grey
4th shot I see it more Chinchilla Color
5th shot I donít see Nothing mention above Cool
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:28 am    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

Can you ask some of the other people on the site who have posted Clay Beige photos in the past in the Gallery
https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/album_search.php?search_keywords=clay+beige

Most of them are still current members
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 11:41 am    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

Amigo, I am not sure what your exact question is, but what I am seeing in your flash/ no flash photo looks correct to me- clay grey/tan in regular light, beige in florescent or flash white/ blue light.

That's why it's called a clay/ beige. Wink

The lead color, clay, will be what you see in regular light.

Somewhere on here, I think in the body section, someone posted the original formulas for mixing these paints. If you can find that the ingredients will tell you why you are seeing those different colors with your varied ratio of brain/ Patron. It will also guide you to how accurate/ inaccurate your color mix may/ may not be.

Pearl White is tricky as PPG (who now owns Ditzler) seems to have two different shades for it, one of which is slightly more grey and not correct, but both are the same VW paint code of L87.

I have an original 1963 pearl white Variant. If you want I will lend you the ash tray for proper color matching.

If your paint guys can get Glasurit paint have them do this. They seem to be more accurate on color mixing to original specs on our older German cars. The price is a sphincter spasm but well worth it in the end on a correct restoration.

I did find the mix list. The component colors are in German, if you need a translation email me. I didn't have time to go through all 8 pages to see if clay beige is there.
https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=55922&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:10 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

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Amigo, I am not sure what your exact question is, but what I am seeing in your flash/ no flash photo looks correct to me- clay grey/tan in regular light, beige in florescent or flash white/ blue light.

That's why it's called a clay/ beige. Wink

The lead color, clay, will be what you see in regular light.

Somewhere on here, I think in the body section, someone posted the original formulas for mixing these paints. If you can find that the ingredients will tell you why you are seeing those different colors with your varied ratio of brain/ Patron. It will also guide you to how accurate/ inaccurate your color mix may/ may not be.

Pearl White is tricky as PPG (who now owns Ditzler) seems to have two different shades for it, one of which is slightly more grey and not correct, but both are the same VW paint code of L87.

I have an original 1963 pearl white Variant. If you want I will lend you the ash tray for proper color matching.

If your paint guys can get Glasurit paint have them do this. They seem to be more accurate on color mixing to original specs on our older German cars. The price is a sphincter spasm but well worth it in the end on a correct restoration.

I did find the mix list. The component colors are in German, if you need a translation email me. I didn't have time to go through all 8 pages to see if clay beige is there.
https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=55922&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0



Yes I already search that before
NO Clay Beige formula wish what I really need to pass it
To my paint guys
Pearl White No Problem that is taking care off
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:40 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

Do you still have the OE paint color on the back/inside of the glove box door? If so, take that to your paint mixer, and have them read the color. In my case when I was doing my T-34, I took it in, and they custom mixed me a sample, of some Omni, that they could re-scan after I shot it. Most of this was caused by me wanting to shoot it in urethane single shot paint (they didn't have a formula for it on file in that kind of paint). It was a pain in the ass to do, but I got the color I wanted (Sea Blue #2), even if it was "custom mixed" just for me. Later when I got some more of that paint when I did my rims, the paint can called the color "Bob's blue". Cool I should mention that color was a royal bitch to shoot, as it kept flipping between green, blue, and purple. Shocked

Short of taking in the glove box, might need to bring them a rear fender or something like that to scan.
Then when you shoot it, it'll be more like all the shots of Patron will be equal, except the 5th and 6th shots. Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:50 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

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Amigo, I am not sure what your exact question is, but what I am seeing in your flash/ no flash photo looks correct to me- clay grey/tan in regular light, beige in florescent or flash white/ blue light.

That's why it's called a clay/ beige. Wink

The lead color, clay, will be what you see in regular light.

Somewhere on here, I think in the body section, someone posted the original formulas for mixing these paints. If you can find that the ingredients will tell you why you are seeing those different colors with your varied ratio of brain/ Patron. It will also guide you to how accurate/ inaccurate your color mix may/ may not be.

Pearl White is tricky as PPG (who now owns Ditzler) seems to have two different shades for it, one of which is slightly more grey and not correct, but both are the same VW paint code of L87.

I have an original 1963 pearl white Variant. If you want I will lend you the ash tray for proper color matching.

If your paint guys can get Glasurit paint have them do this. They seem to be more accurate on color mixing to original specs on our older German cars. The price is a sphincter spasm but well worth it in the end on a correct restoration.

I did find the mix list. The component colors are in German, if you need a translation email me. I didn't have time to go through all 8 pages to see if clay beige is there.
https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=55922&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0



Yes I already search that before
NO Clay Beige formula wish what I really need to pass it
To my paint guys
Pearl White No Problem that is taking care off


Two further ideas:

1. Try contacting gregson1 and see if he might be able to help- he's pretty fanatical at tracking down exact original info like this.

2. Try Mercedes color code DB 157 grey beige. I am seeing Clay Beige referred to as Grey Beige using the same VW color code you provided. Mercedes colors are also mostly Glasurit so you might be able to order a touch up bottle from one of those auto touch up paint suppliers and see how it stacks up.

I can't tell you how often I've found exact match colors between Porsche, VW, and M-B just with a different name and proprietary color code number.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:41 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

Bobnotch wrote:
Do you still have the OE paint color on the back/inside of the glove box door? If so, take that to your paint mixer, and have them read the color. In my case when I was doing my T-34, I took it in, and they custom mixed me a sample, of some Omni, that they could re-scan after I shot it. Most of this was caused by me wanting to shoot it in urethane single shot paint (they didn't have a formula for it on file in that kind of paint). It was a pain in the ass to do, but I got the color I wanted (Sea Blue #2), even if it was "custom mixed" just for me. Later when I got some more of that paint when I did my rims, the paint can called the color "Bob's blue". Cool I should mention that color was a royal bitch to shoot, as it kept flipping between green, blue, and purple. Shocked

Short of taking in the glove box, might need to bring them a rear fender or something like that to scan.
Then when you shoot it, it'll be more like all the shots of Patron will be equal, except the 5th and 6th shots. Wink


Bob have you drinking Very Happy

Glove compartment or Fender got nothing to do with Clay Beige
Because NEVER were use in a Body
ONLY inner Rims
For ONLY for 61-63 pearl White VWS Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:46 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

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pedro sainz wrote:
Tram wrote:
Amigo, I am not sure what your exact question is, but what I am seeing in your flash/ no flash photo looks correct to me- clay grey/tan in regular light, beige in florescent or flash white/ blue light.

That's why it's called a clay/ beige. Wink

The lead color, clay, will be what you see in regular light.

Somewhere on here, I think in the body section, someone posted the original formulas for mixing these paints. If you can find that the ingredients will tell you why you are seeing those different colors with your varied ratio of brain/ Patron. It will also guide you to how accurate/ inaccurate your color mix may/ may not be.

Pearl White is tricky as PPG (who now owns Ditzler) seems to have two different shades for it, one of which is slightly more grey and not correct, but both are the same VW paint code of L87.

I have an original 1963 pearl white Variant. If you want I will lend you the ash tray for proper color matching.

If your paint guys can get Glasurit paint have them do this. They seem to be more accurate on color mixing to original specs on our older German cars. The price is a sphincter spasm but well worth it in the end on a correct restoration.

I did find the mix list. The component colors are in German, if you need a translation email me. I didn't have time to go through all 8 pages to see if clay beige is there.
https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=55922&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0



Yes I already search that before
NO Clay Beige formula wish what I really need to pass it
To my paint guys
Pearl White No Problem that is taking care off


Two further ideas:

1. Try contacting gregson1 and see if he might be able to help- he's pretty fanatical at tracking down exact original info like this.

2. Try Mercedes color code DB 157 grey beige. I am seeing Clay Beige referred to as Grey Beige using the same VW color code you provided. Mercedes colors are also mostly Glasurit so you might be able to order a touch up bottle from one of those auto touch up paint suppliers and see how it stacks up.

I can't tell you how often I've found exact match colors between Porsche, VW, and M-B just with a different name and proprietary color code number.


Thanks Amigo
Iím glad you are SAME page as ME
I will try that

Bob need Help Wink
He might be on 7th shot Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:39 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

here you go, my good deed for 2018 and I am done.. . Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:01 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

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here you go, my good deed for 2018 and I am done.. . Cool

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Thanks Anthony so Iím in the right track
This is what my guys end up with and is close enough on my rim


So WHY in the pictures of the ones from the top page i started
With
NOT even Close Color maybe was a change of plan of changing to a lighter color???

Iím staying what I got wish almost Match Anthonyís Chart
Thanks Again Very Happy
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Tram wrote:
pedro sainz wrote:
Tram wrote:
Amigo, I am not sure what your exact question is, but what I am seeing in your flash/ no flash photo looks correct to me- clay grey/tan in regular light, beige in florescent or flash white/ blue light.

That's why it's called a clay/ beige. Wink

The lead color, clay, will be what you see in regular light.

Somewhere on here, I think in the body section, someone posted the original formulas for mixing these paints. If you can find that the ingredients will tell you why you are seeing those different colors with your varied ratio of brain/ Patron. It will also guide you to how accurate/ inaccurate your color mix may/ may not be.

Pearl White is tricky as PPG (who now owns Ditzler) seems to have two different shades for it, one of which is slightly more grey and not correct, but both are the same VW paint code of L87.

I have an original 1963 pearl white Variant. If you want I will lend you the ash tray for proper color matching.

If your paint guys can get Glasurit paint have them do this. They seem to be more accurate on color mixing to original specs on our older German cars. The price is a sphincter spasm but well worth it in the end on a correct restoration.

I did find the mix list. The component colors are in German, if you need a translation email me. I didn't have time to go through all 8 pages to see if clay beige is there.
https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=55922&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0



Yes I already search that before
NO Clay Beige formula wish what I really need to pass it
To my paint guys
Pearl White No Problem that is taking care off


Two further ideas:

1. Try contacting gregson1 and see if he might be able to help- he's pretty fanatical at tracking down exact original info like this.

2. Try Mercedes color code DB 157 grey beige. I am seeing Clay Beige referred to as Grey Beige using the same VW color code you provided. Mercedes colors are also mostly Glasurit so you might be able to order a touch up bottle from one of those auto touch up paint suppliers and see how it stacks up.

I can't tell you how often I've found exact match colors between Porsche, VW, and M-B just with a different name and proprietary color code number.


Thanks Amigo
Iím glad you are SAME page as ME
I will try that

Bob need Help Wink
He might be on 7th shot Very Happy


I will be needing the same info for my '63. Wheels have been powder coated white in the past (not by me) unfortunately.
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PIMPPRIDE wrote:
here you go, my good deed for 2018 and I am done.. . Cool

Anthony / ISP WEST

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Thanks Anthony so Iím in the right track
This is what my guys end up with and is close enough on my rim


So WHY in the pictures of the ones from the top page i started
With
NOT even Close Color maybe was a change of plan of changing to a lighter color???

Iím staying what I got wish almost Match Anthonyís Chart
Thanks Again Very Happy


Nice! Big pimpin'
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pedro sainz wrote:
PIMPPRIDE wrote:
here you go, my good deed for 2018 and I am done.. . Cool

Anthony / ISP WEST

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Thanks Anthony so Iím in the right track
This is what my guys end up with and is close enough on my rim


So WHY in the pictures of the ones from the top page i started
With
NOT even Close Color maybe was a change of plan of changing to a lighter color???

Iím staying what I got wish almost Match Anthonyís Chart
Thanks Again Very Happy


Nice! Big pimpin'





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Nice! Is the formula for L 464 Slate Gray in there too?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:20 pm    Post subject: Re: L479 Clay Beige Mystery Reply with quote

pedro sainz wrote:
Bobnotch wrote:
Do you still have the OE paint color on the back/inside of the glove box door? If so, take that to your paint mixer, and have them read the color. In my case when I was doing my T-34, I took it in, and they custom mixed me a sample, of some Omni, that they could re-scan after I shot it. Most of this was caused by me wanting to shoot it in urethane single shot paint (they didn't have a formula for it on file in that kind of paint). It was a pain in the ass to do, but I got the color I wanted (Sea Blue #2), even if it was "custom mixed" just for me. Later when I got some more of that paint when I did my rims, the paint can called the color "Bob's blue". Cool I should mention that color was a royal bitch to shoot, as it kept flipping between green, blue, and purple. Shocked

Short of taking in the glove box, might need to bring them a rear fender or something like that to scan.
Then when you shoot it, it'll be more like all the shots of Patron will be equal, except the 5th and 6th shots. Wink


Bob have you drinking Very Happy

Glove compartment or Fender got nothing to do with Clay Beige
Because NEVER were use in a Body
ONLY inner Rims
For ONLY for 61-63 pearl White VWS Very Happy


Sorry about that. I thought you were painting the rims to match the body. My mistake. I'll go back to drunk typing in a few minutes. Laughing
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