Paints for classic cars
Looking for original colors? You will find them in the color library!
We have accompanied 130 years of automotive history with our paint expertise – from the very beginning. During this time, we have compiled the world's largest color database, where 250,000 colors and 600,000 mixing formulas are archived. And best of all, for many manufacturers, our color history documentation is nearly 100% complete.
Classic car ownership is a demanding hobby. You certainly invest a good deal of time and energy maintaining the value of your classic car. So when rust gnaws away at your pride and joy, the original metallic effect starts to fade or minor paint damage mars its luxurious appearance, it's especially annoying.
Only an ambitious overall respray or a perfectly matched panel repair can preserve the value of your classic car. But the OEM coating is usually no longer on the market. That means that the original color must be matched as perfectly as possible.
Here's how you can find the matching color
To identify this color, you need a color code or card, a painted car part or other color reference.
Most vehicles have a vehicle identification number with a color code. Our practical color code list in the Downloads area will help you with your search.
You can use our Color Online database to find out whether we already offer a color solution for your classic car. If we don't yet have a color solution available for you, please contact a Glasurit bodyshop near you.
The matching classic car color: Go to the database now
Whether you want to refinish your car in the original color or repair the original paintwork, finding the exact color is the key factor for classic car restoration. Here you will find all the color codes and other contemporary colors for your classic car.
To the color database