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The color on my 73 Mach said it was Blue Glow Metallic #5210-A. Anybody have this color with BLACK STRIPES. Would like to see how it looks. (leaning in that direction) I looked through the Marti's and didn't see any.

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Just cruising along minding our own business when BAM!!! The LAWS show up.

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Only pic i could find of blue and black , don't think it is the exact color but it does not look bad fdcxz7.jpg

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Only pic i could find of blue and black , don't think it is the exact color but it does not look bad fdcxz7.jpg

 

Looks great! I'm thinking it gives more of a stealthy look.


Only my Avatar with the hood treatment.....

Is that the correct color? If so, Very Cool. I think I'm going to like this!

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Just cruising along minding our own business when BAM!!! The LAWS show up.

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The color on my 73 Mach said it was Blue Glow Metallic #5210-A. Anybody have this color with BLACK STRIPES. Would like to see how it looks. (leaning in that direction) I looked through the Marti's and didn't see any.

 

Thanks for asking this question! I was thinking of doing mine in black instead of the argent!!! I like it especially with the hood done!

1973 Mach 1 429 cu. in. H.P. TBD, C6 Reverse Manual Valve with 3500 Stall Tranny, 9" rear 3.90 PosiTrac

2007 Mustang GT Convertible Premium

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Color on the 73 vert is Blue Glow. I made the decision to go with semi-flat black instead of argent for the hood. I'm not a fan of the argent accent.


Only pic i could find of blue and black , don't think it is the exact color but it does not look bad fdcxz7.jpg

 

Looks great! I'm thinking it gives more of a stealthy look.


Only my Avatar with the hood treatment.....

Is that the correct color? If so, Very Cool. I think I'm going to like this!

 

Here is bigger pic - although it's not in daylight, you might get the idea

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That's a beautiful car Bill.

 

Thanks, it's got some really nice features (R-A, A/C, gauges) and with just putting the rebuilt 3.25 Trac Lok back in with the CJ Torque Converter (2400 stall) it has a nice balance between street and the occasional highway trip.

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This is going to work out perfect! Thanks for the help Bill. Now I've got to find another picture for my avatar and have Rocketfoot do some more of his magic.

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This is going to work out perfect! Thanks for the help Bill. Now I've got to find another picture for my avatar and have Rocketfoot do some more of his magic.

 

I think this is blue glow too...Was at my local show and snapped a pic of her...Its in the middle of the sun so it looks lighter.. has the earlier style stripes on her...Good lookin color.

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Hi,

 

I have open also a post/message on march about the color

" Blue Glow "

 

I gone paint the car this month but no one knows the color

composition (mixture) can be found.

 

Maybe to use a Ford color " Performance blue " - " Hypnotic grey ".

 

http://www.mainemustang.com/mustang-info...lors-codes

 

Can somebody help me for the right color mix to make Blue Glow?

 

Thanks.

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Hi,

 

I have open also a post/message on march about the color

" Blue Glow "

 

I gone paint the car this month but no one knows the color

composition (mixture) can be found.

 

Maybe to use a Ford color " Performance blue " - " Hypnotic grey ".

 

http://www.mainemustang.com/mustang-info...lors-codes

 

Can somebody help me for the right color mix to make Blue Glow?

 

Thanks.

 

I dug up my files from when I restored the car and painted it ( in 1998)

I scanned the mix label with OCR and converted it to text.

 

Note: there are two 'Blue Glow' colors. There is 3K (5210-A) "Brt Blue Met" and there is 3G (5094-) "Brt Dk Blue Met". This formual (which I decided to use) is 3G.

 

NOTE: 1973 Ford color 3G - 5094-A

Brt Dk Blue Metallic

Base Coat Formula for ‘Blue Glow”

 

NAPA / Martin Senour Paints

 

99-2121 00(P)

BRT DK BLUE MET t

CODE: 1 Gallon OF I

NAPA AUTO PARTS

 

VOC : 4.59Lb. MSDS: ACR -LF

 

>> BLENDABLE MATCH <<

(SS) ••* NO LEAD ***** PHOTO •*+^

9800 WHITE 42.6 9835

9854 BLACK 61.9 9836

9812 PT VIOLET 127.7

9833 BR. ALUMINU 239.8

9819 COARSE MET 480.0

9856 H S BLUE 1200.0

 

99-2121 00(P)

BRT DK BLUE MET (

CODE: 1 Gallon OF 1

NAPA AUTO PARTS

9800 WHITE 42.6

9854 BLACK 104.5

9812 PT VIOLET 232.2

9833 BR. ALUMINUM 472.0

9819 COARSE MET 952.0

9856 H S BLUE 2152.0

9835 MIX DRIER 2332.0

9839 CLEAR 3592.0

 

VOC : 4.59Lb. MSDS: ACR -LF

>> BLENDABLE MATCH <<

 

(SS) *** NO LEAD ***** PHOTO *** >USE ACRYLIC ENAMEL LABEL #214<

 

07/10/98 13:25 MIXED BY:

 

This was NAPA or Martin Senour Paint. Take this to your local automotive paint shop and they should be able to convert it to whatever they are using.

 

Good Luck

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Has anybody had experience with this company? Thinking of trying out their spray paint.

http://www.automotivetouchup.com/choosecolor/related-spray-paint.aspx

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