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I am in the process of ordering my 3rd 911 and I am planning nonstandard paint to sample. My preference is for Baltic Blue, seen it a few times but noticed it has changed subtly over the years....at least by memory. I would greatly appreciate it if any of you out there had some photos and/or paint codes for what is called Baltic Blue in the US. Also, any recommendations on interior colors; I understand that traditionally they put linen leather with blue piping. I prefer the darker blue shades i.e. Sea Blue...

Any help nailing down the real Baltic Blue is greatly appreciated....



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thanks for pointing me to the link...it was helpful I am still looking for the paint code for Baltic Blue used in the later models like the one pictured. Also other pics of Baltic Blue Porsches would be great.

thanks again....

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