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Default Rally II wheel paint

I'm in the process of refinishing the rally II wheels for my 1972 TA and need some recs on correct paint. Looking to make the wheels as close to original as possible, thanks, Tom
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The formulas are usually on the paint chip cards, ( PPG, DITZLER,) I had the whole book but sold them at the swaps, just kept my year, You can get your year for 8-10$. Also I believe Ames sells it in spray bombs and they have the mask kits.
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Thanks, I'll check out ames
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Inline Tube went through the effort to have the correct paints made and available in spray cans
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Good stuff. https://www.inlinetube.com/products/inl12492
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Great !! Thanks !!
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Get a Qt mixed up at your Automotive paint supply from the correct paint formula, and for wheels, you can mix your own. The spray bombs work well. I’d trust Ames more than inline, some of their products are incorrect.
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