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I need to match the Regal Turqoise on my '55 Bel Air to a Pantone color to use in some marketing materials. The PPG code is 11328. I've searched for a PPG to Pantone conversion chart with no success. Does anyone know if there's a conversion chart available? Thanks...
 

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There was some recent talk about regal torquise, try the search tab above or PM Roger1 I think he has info :anim_25:
:congrats::tu:tu There had also been some great pics posted here as well with this color and ones that were very similar :tu:tu
 

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There was some recent talk about regal torquise, try the search tab above or PM Roger1 I think he has info :anim_25:
Pro-Spray has a formula for the original color. It's RE50359.

I order my Pro-Spray paint from Chad's Auto Rod Technologies. They are also a dealer for Southern Polyurethanes.
 

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Regal Turquoise PMS equivalent

I need to match the Regal Turqoise on my '55 Bel Air to a Pantone color to use in some marketing materials. The PPG code is 11328. I've searched for a PPG to Pantone conversion chart with no success. Does anyone know if there's a conversion chart available? Thanks...
Does anyone know if 55 Regal Turquoise is the same paint formula as 57 Tropical Turquoise? If so, I have some original Tropical Turquoise paint showing through on my firewall on my 57 wagon, and I can take a PMS book home tonight, and see if anything comes close. I have a bad feeling that it is going to be somewhere around the PMS 305c region, (edited: meaning, not very close to any one PMS color) but am only doing that from memory.

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Does anyone know if 55 Regal Turquoise is the same paint formula as 57 Tropical Turquoise? If so, I have some original Tropical Turquoise paint showing through on my firewall on my 57 wagon, and I can take a PMS book home tonight, and see if anything comes close. I have a bad feeling that it is going to be somewhere around the PMS 305c region, but am only doing that from memory.
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They are not the same and not even very close.
 

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Does anyone know if 55 Regal Turquoise is the same paint formula as 57 Tropical Turquoise? If so, I have some original Tropical Turquoise paint showing through on my firewall on my 57 wagon, and I can take a PMS book home tonight, and see if anything comes close. I have a bad feeling that it is going to be somewhere around the PMS 305c region, (edited: meaning, not very close to any one PMS color) but am only doing that from memory.

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They're not.
 

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Does anyone know if 55 Regal Turquoise is the same paint formula as 57 Tropical Turquoise? If so, I have some original Tropical Turquoise paint showing through on my firewall on my 57 wagon, and I can take a PMS book home tonight, and see if anything comes close. I have a bad feeling that it is going to be somewhere around the PMS 305c region, (edited: meaning, not very close to any one PMS color) but am only doing that from memory.

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55 regal turquoise has metallic in it.:anim_25:bowtie-trifive:gba:
 

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I have PPG Regal turquoise Metalic and F**d Wimbeldon White..

Below is a PPG recipe that was used a few years ago by a paint shop I used to do a scratch repair. The color match is 99% to my original paint which was applied back in 1998.



Here are a few pictures of the paint...
If you look closely at the fender behind the tire, you can see some hand-done pinstripes just to make things interesting...



 
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