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Savannah Beige touch-up Paint

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Hey antonio, i heard of a company: leatherique.com that carries porsche interior leather paint codes. One rennlister told me it really works well. I think it comes in spray and maybe touchup. Personally I use a $10 product which you mix yourself to fix nicks in the leather. they sell them at local auto shops, Ive even seen em on ebay.

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Hi again,

Do you know if touch-up paint in savannah beige is available from Porsche or any other source ?

Last week I scracthed a bit my central console painted in savanna.




I have the same problem - have you had any luck tracing a touch up? If you have would you be so kind and let me have details of the supplier.

Many thanks,


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I've got a nick in the Savannah beige part of my upper console also. I haven't looked for any paint for as I plan on replacing it with either carbon fiber or a solid painted piece (silver or black).

If you need a good source for leather repair supplies (not the $10 kits at the local auto store) I found this place during my research a few weeks back.


I forgot to add the first time.

You might try taking the trim piece off and visit the local paint supply store. They should be able to computer match the color and mix a small batch up for you.

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  • 9 years later...

I took my ashtray to Home Depot and had it color-matched in flat latex enamel combination top coat/primer. It is great for touch ups. I even recently tried it on the side of my driver's seat which was badly cracked. Great improvement.



If you don't have an ashtray you can pop off one of the leather side pieces under the front center console and take that to get color-matched.

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