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1981-1978 Martin Senour Automobile Color Paint Chip Catalogs Truck/flee "look" on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, United States

Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, United States

for sale
NAPA Martin Senour Paints Automobile Color directory
truck/fleet colors Synthol enamel--Acrylic enamel--nitram urethane enamel
1982 American Motors, Chrysler Corp., Ford Motor, General Motors, International Harvester
1980 is not included 
1981, 1979,and 1978 are similar
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