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Old 14th Mar 2021, 22:56
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Pilot DAR
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Location: Ontario, Canada
Age: 60
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I can't speak for Piper colours, but I have had great experience buying Cessna colours at my local auto paint shop. They have been able to mix paint based upon the "Cessna" name for the colour. If your plane has original Piper paint, try that first, the worst they can do is say that they cannot. If it's not original "named"/numbered Piper paint, take an inspection panel in for scanning. Again, auto body repair shops seem pretty good at this! I'd avoid spray can paint, in favour of two part urethane, applied with a spray gun.
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