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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2021 6:28 pm 

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Car Models: Saab 93 2010 Tid
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Just bought a fantastic mint low mileage 2010 Saab9-3 Vector Sport.

The alloy wheels have minor damage to the rims through 'kerbing' and after finding many 'silver' touch up paints on-line, I was unable to find the exact match of paint to refurbish the damage.

The only information I have on the wheels is as follows:-
Silver Alloy Wheels - 17in 5 Spoke (ALU 59).

Can anyone recommend an exact matching touch up paint and lacquer to repair the damage ?

Many thanks ,


PostPosted: Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:22 pm 
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Location: East Dorset
Car Models: 9-5 9-3SSx2 Sonett T16S 9000
I bought some Ford Moondust Silver, which matched the ALU59 quite well. I borrowed a touch up stick from a friend who had a Fiesta in that colour before I spent out too much!
I can't remember where I got the information from, but it was one of the Saab sites. Could have even been here?

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