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  1. craigt3

    craigt3 Puttering Along

    Anyone know where I can fond the colour code for my trabant 601

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  2. mbeamish

    mbeamish Loyal Comrade

    It's not on the car . Looking at that photo i'm guessing paprus white but not certain ?
  3. craigt3

    craigt3 Puttering Along

    only problem is where to buy it in the uk, its more of a cream colour then a white
  4. mbeamish

    mbeamish Loyal Comrade

    Take a head lamp rim into a paint shop and get a aerosol made up /or tin of paint
  5. craigt3

    craigt3 Puttering Along

    Cracking idea, never thought of that, thanks
  6. mbeamish

    mbeamish Loyal Comrade

    A decent paint/bodyshop should be able to match very closely . Maybe ask your mechanic for recommendations where to buy
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  7. alexddr

    alexddr Newbie

    Hi craigt3. I'm restoring my Trabant and I found original colours made by Lechler. Take a look on the website: for sure there is a dealer next to you, they are present all over the world. Hope that can help you.
  8. kev the builder

    kev the builder Loyal Comrade

    I got my paint mixed by my local paint shop we call it hearing aid beige it's a perfect match and cost about £12 for half a litre of cellelose

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