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Old 07-01-2011, 06:45 AM
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caribbean turquoise picture request

So ive been thinking of knocking a few dents out and spraying a coat of paint on my 64 f250 that i believe was originally Caribbean turquoise and was later repainted with what appears to be the same color. Im trying to get a good ideal of what this color would look like fresh. Some pictures ive seen show a very blue color while the faded paint on my truck is very green. Does anybody have any pictures showing what this color is suppose to look like to help me decide on the sticking with the ole green ford or mixing it up with some new color.
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here is a truck that is caribbean turquoise.
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Old 07-02-2011, 12:45 AM
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hmm that looks to be a little more blue than my truck but maybe thats just the way it fades. here is a picture of my truck, does it look like faded Caribbean turquoise?Click the image to open in full size.
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check the color code on the door tag...

if it's a "B" then it's caribbean turquoise.
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New repaint and old faded paint faded looks the same as yours.

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Dont know who owns the new repaint. Old is off of my 65 4x4
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ya know i was kinda thinking of the cream two tone and it looks pretty good (wish i had the polished grill). The color code is a b if i remember correctly but i know it was repainted at least once (bondo showing through) so i wasn't sure if it was still the right color. the picture of the 65 without the bed looks pretty close to mine.
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that last picture is purdy
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Here you go ............

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very nice truck. i love a good two tone with just the right amount of chrome
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I cant remember seeing any of the long nose versions of the truck on the top,seen plenty of the short nose versions. I presume there is a big diesel under the hood of the long nose.
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