OEM Select Paint technology perfectly mixes premium automotive grade paint to match OEM specifications. Easily touch up scratches, finish that quarter panel you've repaired, or paint your entire project with the factory color you've always dreamed of having. Note: This is a ready-to-spray basecoat paint that requires a quality clear coat.
We're building our color library and adding colors daily. If you need an OEM paint for your classic car but don't find it, complete this form to Request Your Color.
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Search our OEM paint inventory and find OEM paint codes by browsing by make, model, and year.
Can't Find Your Color
We're building our color library and adding colors daily. Submit the Make/Model/Year and the color needed via the form linked below. Our team will add it to our database and make your color. Depending on the color, this may take a few days for our team to research the formula and build it into our database.
Need Additional Support?
Our team is here to support your project from inception to the final application of paint. Our Project Sales Advisors are available to help answer questions and make sure you find the right tools to Do the Job Right.
Call us at 800-469-7940 or email us via our Contact Form.
How to Find an OEM Paint Code
Did your search come up with similar colors? Not sure which shade of blue matches your car? You can verify by matching the OEM Paint Code to find the exact color.
Every vehicle has a paint color code, but it is located in different places, depending on the make, model, and year of the vehicle. Most paint color codes are located on the door jamb of the driver's side door. Reference your Owner's manual for the exact location of your paint color code.
Primers & Clears
If you are spraying over bare metal, we recommend sanding and applying epoxy primer. A urethane primer sealer can also be applied over the epoxy if you like but is not required. This can then be followed by a topcoat and clear coat. OEM paint is a Basecoat paint, so a high-quality clear coat is required.
Best adhesion over bare metal
Apply over epoxy primer or existing finishes
Roll-on epoxy/urethane primers: no paint gun needed
Required over all basecoat colors
Additional Painting Supplies
Always make sure to use the proper safety gear and have proper ventilation when spraying two component paints. A quality HVLP paint gun, a paint prep solvent for cleaning your project as well as masking/mixing supplies are also helpful for a quality finish.
How to Paint a Car
We are here to walk you through every step of painting a car. Get professional results from a DIY paint job. Our How to Paint a Car resource page includes detailed instructions to Do the Job Right with Eastwood.
Watch the How to Video and download a free Step-by-Step Automotive Painting Guide.
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