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Under body color - Speed Yellow GT3

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The paint in the L.F. wheel well of my '04 GT3 was damaged by brake fluid when the prior owner installed Club Sport Motons. The exterior of the car is Speed yellow, however the underside is not; it almost looks like a white with a yellow tint. Can anyone provide me with the color code or paint mix for the underside?

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I'm answering this from my office and don't have access to the car at the moment; however the wheel wells and the underside of the car are not the same color as the outer body; the color almost looks like a white with a yellow tint. Unfortunately there is nothing that have foound that I can remove and take to the auto body supply co. for a color match.

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  • 6 years later...

David is correct. The haze of exterior color you see in the wheel wells or frunk and such are overspray from the robotized paint booths in the plant. Underneath is light grey primer.

It is like that on all cars.




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