about my cars paint

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Asked by Dec 03, 2010 at 11:21 PM about the 1992 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

MY CAR HAD AN ACCIDENT.
FOR THAT REASON ITS ORIGINAL PAINT WAS SPOILED.
SO THE ORIGINAL PAINT HAD TO BE REMOVED
THE ORIGINAL PAINT HAD A GLITTERING GLACE IN IT.
BUT THE PAINT THAT I HAVE NOW DO NOT HAVE THE GLITTERING GLACE.
HOW CAN I BRING IT BACK IN THE PAINT TAHT I HAVE NOW?
MY CARS NAME TOYOTA COROLLA AE100 SE.LIMITED MODEL 1992.
PAINT COLOUR WHITE.

1 Answer

First is the original factory paint on it,if so,you need to get the factory paint code number,is on tag under hood,if you cant find it any body paint shop can get it for you.

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