I’m no expert on paints, so can’t directly answer your question, offering the paint formula for Oyster White. But I do know there have been several emails in the past, discussing that even using the formulas from 50+ years ago will not necessarily bring you close to the correct shade, using modern paints. Best is if you have a section of your car, hidden all these years from the sun, and match to that color. It’s best to start with the Oyster White formula, then do ‘spray outs’ on small sections of spare metal, to find the best match, or find the shade you like best.
The Tech Section of our website has the Ditzler paint code. Perhaps there’s a cross reference that your paint supplier can use for the Glasurit cross-reference.
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On Oct 14, 2019, at 3:04 PM, 'Kai Rentmeister' info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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