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Ppg Deltron 2000 Dbc914306 Hemi Orange Pearl Chrysler Code Flc,plc Dodge Charger on 2040-parts.com

US $199.65
Location:

Watertown, New York, US

Watertown, New York, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:PPG Manufacturer Part Number:DBC914306

Up for sale is a gallon of PPG Deltron 2000 automotive basecoat paint.This color is DBC914306 Hemi Orange Pearl and is a match to Chrysler codes FLC,PLC.This is the new version of Hemi Orange Chrysler is using on its late model product line.This is a really cool looking orange that has a real nice gold pearl in it so it really pops in the sunlight.This gallon is not reduced and will produce 2 gallons of sprayable material.Please feel free to email me if you have any questions.

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