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1964 Dodge, Dart and 880 color codes from Ditzler
1964 Dodge, Dart and 880 Interior Color Specifications
All paint, including interior paint: Color Correct (formerly Mopaint). Call Rob at 1-732-846-1044 for correct interior and exterior paint, based on the factory formula AND using the correct pigments to mix the paint, unlike other contemporary paint suppliers that use different pigments than were used in 1962 to 1965, making their colors off. Interior color matching also needs correct type of paint: gloss, flat, mat and suede depending on area, and they have the codes for that too. (Thanks to Herb McCurdy for this information.)
Check the paint vendors listed in the Restoration Vendor and Parts Sources Page in the Body - Sheet Metal / Bumpers section.
Nick adds: Aftermarket Mopar engine paint for a 1964 A-864 and 1965 A-990 Race Hemi and 1962 to 1964 Max Wedge: use Allis Chalmers 1961-1970 Persian Orange; it is a very good match.
Steve adds: Note that race hemi and street hemi paints use much different formulas and do not interchange.
Gary F. adds: These are Dupont engine paint codes: Race Hemi Orange - 5056DH and Street Hemi Orange - 5067D
Thanks to Dustin Cloud for the above paint list!
Regarding Mopar Turqoise engine paint, the Mopar brand rattle can spray paint from Summit and such for the engine turquoise is way too 'blue' and looks very unoriginal.
I got a can from Eastwood and sprayed the manifold and valve covers with my HLVP spray gun. Much, much better. Eastwoods Ceramic Engine Paint Quart 1962-1971 BB Chrysler Turquoise
Item number 51622 ZP (Link verified as of September 16, 2010)
Thanks to Jim Altemose for the tip!
Side sweep color: generally, if the Mopar is two tone, the side sweep is the color of the top. If the car is a single color, the side sweep is the color of the interior. Also, the side sweep is done in satin finish, not gloss. On a single color car, remove the ash tray and take it to your paint supply; they can use the ash tray as the source to mix up paint to use for the side sweep color. Paint the side sweep with this paint then spray satin clear over it.thanks to Joe Suchy for the tip!
A trick for painting with hard to get colors is to first paint the engine with a silver engine paint then paint the correct color on it. You can get away with just one can of paint this way. -- Jim
An additional Mopar engine color chart is also available from the Walter P. Chrysler Club's magazine.