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    1969 911S gas tank paint color

    I have an all original 1969 911S and the gas tank has a few paint chips on the edges of the grey paint. Does anyone know the exact paint color match?

    Michael Bowen

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    call Surflex and talk to a woman there who knows all about matching gray paint for crazy Porsche owners - they will custom mix a quart and send it to you - it fills well and I did my entire tank with it

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    Senior Member beh911's Avatar
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    I had saved this thread for updates as I don't know myself...

    I feel like this has been covered fairly recently. Maybe a search of the registry on the topic?
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    I used Wurth brand SKS Stone Guard Grey and resprayed my entire tank.

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