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The 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS
long_tom
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Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2011 - 12:29 AM GMT+7
I've wanted to build the kit, and the box shows a yellow body with a black interior. I've looked up the GM colors and got those, but one question: was the choice of SS colors, inside and out, same as the other models or not? I prefer to paint the car in other than yellow.
viper29_ca
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Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2011 - 11:43 AM GMT+7
The kit comes molded in white, so you can paint it any color you want.

Good website to go to for period correct paint colors on cars is:

http://paintref.com/paintref/index.shtml

Just enter your search parameters at the top and it will take you to a listing of the paint for what you enter. Or search through miles of paint chip charts.
long_tom
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Posted: Friday, September 23, 2011 - 03:15 PM GMT+7
Actually I did find a similar site called "Oldrides", which has a library section. The problem is whether the SS model used the same color schemes as the other Impala models. I guess the answer is yes.
frankiebe53
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Posted: Monday, September 02, 2013 - 12:16 AM GMT+7
I just finished the 66 Impala and used the paint code "M" Aztec Bronze came out very nice. I got the paint from www.automotivetouchup.com The paint has to be clear coated, I used lacquer.


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The kit comes molded in white, so you can paint it any color you want.

Good website to go to for period correct paint colors on cars is:

http://paintref.com/paintref/index.shtml

Just enter your search parameters at the top and it will take you to a listing of the paint for what you enter. Or search through miles of paint chip charts.