Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

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Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby Leonardo » Fri Aug 14, 2015 11:08 am

Hiya,
I'm currently living near Aylesbury Bucks. I have a 1967 Morris Minor 2door which needs some small bodywork. I'm looking for a supplier for the color Rover GN37 (Almond Green) in a tin (not a spray-can), online or local. Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance!!

Best regards
Leo

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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby ManyMinors » Thu Aug 20, 2015 7:37 am

It should be no problem at all to obtain. Are you looking for cellulose or 2K or have you not thought?

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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby Leonardo » Fri Aug 21, 2015 5:14 pm

I prefer 2K but actually I don't really know. I just need it for small area's where a spot of rust comes through, so a spray tin wouldn't do, just a normal tin or can with paint that I can use with a fine brush. Later I will have my car resprayed, this is just a temporary solution.

Halfords can't produce GN37 and they couldn't tell me who in the Aylesbury area can.

There is some urgency, I want the job done by the end of september because afterwards it will be too wet, I have no garage so I depend on the weather.

Thanks in advance folks!

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Leo

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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby ManyMinors » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:39 am

Any local trade car paint supplier should be able to mix it - or a body shop with their own mixing scheme?

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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby LouiseM » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:32 am

Leonardo wrote: I just need it for small area's where a spot of rust comes through, so a spray tin wouldn't do, just a normal tin or can with paint that I can use with a fine brush.
ESM sell touch up pots with a small brush and usually deliver next day. Alternatively buy a spray can, spray the paint into the lid or tray etc then apply with a small brush - that's what I do, and it works out cheaper than buying the smaller pots. http://morrisminorspares.co.uk/shop/adv ... en&x=4&y=8


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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby bmcecosse » Sun Aug 23, 2015 8:24 pm

ANY green will do short term to protect it over winter ! As an aside - does anyone know a Carrier that will take cans of spray paint?? Royal Snail won't touch them....
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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby Hillclimb1 » Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:30 am

Got my gn37 almond green of ebay, good quality stuff, toke 2days delivery

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Re: Looking for Rover GN37 (Almond Green) paint

Postby Leonardo » Thu Sep 03, 2015 9:09 pm

Okay, thanks folks, that's great help!

Best regards!

Leo


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