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Texaco color code? #334454
Mon Jun 18 2012 06:47 PM
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Can anyone give me the Texaco color code? And could you use the same paint forTexaco,Standard Oil, and Mobil?
I'm sure they are different but how much.
Thanks for any input. Yes, I'm a greenhorn!!
Butch

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Re: Texaco color code? [Re: White Star] #334465
Mon Jun 18 2012 07:03 PM
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Butch click on that little blinking ,red and white envelope at the top of your page.

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Re: Texaco color code? [Re: White Star] #334587
Tue Jun 19 2012 06:51 AM
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Originally Posted By: White Star
Can anyone give me the Texaco color code? And could you use the same paint forTexaco,Standard Oil, and Mobil?
I'm sure they are different but how much.
Thanks for any input. Yes, I'm a greenhorn!!
Butch


They are definitely different colors. To me (my opinion only) the Mobil red has a bit of an orange tint, and the Standard red is darker. The Texaco red is more of a truer red...LOL OK, that last sentence... I am just kidding...LOL


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Re: Texaco color code? [Re: Alex] #334611
Tue Jun 19 2012 08:55 AM
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PCM,Guide to gas pump restoration-by Wayne Henderson & Scott Benjamin. If you are going to restore pumps you need this book. And if everyone gets answer here ,how they going to sell books.
But in a effort of goodwill- Sherwin Williams -texaco red 45351. second part -they are not the same.
Hope this helps. You can buy many helpfull books by clicking on bookstore at top of this page.


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Re: Texaco color code? [Re: Loyd Pierce] #334612
Tue Jun 19 2012 09:09 AM
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Re: Texaco color code? [Re: Oldgas] #334771
Tue Jun 19 2012 06:39 PM
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Your still better off having paint MIXED TO MATCH your Decals/Signage. YOU WILL BE HAPPIER in the end.

Re: Texaco color code? [Re: Dick Bennett] #334939
Wed Jun 20 2012 09:05 AM
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DB has a good point.


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