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Omaha orange Color

Here is what ive done soo far( ive also ask jeepcares for help)

i have contacted both http://www.paintscratch.com/ and http://www.automotivetouchup.com/ and the dealer to find some details on the paint color code.

Both the online guys have it listed as P62 but the inside the door jam say 562.
automotivetouchup final result said they cant help
paintscratch said they found a match waiting for them to list it online

The dealership said its "If they need, the sales codes are PKP/QKP paint code VR562/B." but they have already miss-painted a spot that needed to be touched up on delivery(attached)

When i looked up the PKP code on the PPG paint its SPRITZ ORANGE B/C which looks way to dark to be omaha orange PPG(#939562)

PPG website
http://www.ppgpaintit.com/Collision....15&Brand=PPGNA

anyone had luck finding getting Omaha orange paint?
 

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Paints are made by PPG.

Here the italian PPG depliant for Renegade colors, same are the same of 500X and 500L.

http://it.ppgrefinish.com/media/869810/brochure-nuova-jeep-renegade.pdf
http://it.ppgrefinish.com/media/869809/brochure-nuova-fiat-500x.pdf
http://it.ppgrefinish.com/media/667582/brochure_nuova_fiat_500_l.pdf

For example Renegade's "Mojave sand" is the same as Fiat 500L "Beige Cappuccino Pastello". Their code is PPG 231/B.
"Omaha orange" is Fiat 500X "Arancio Spritz Pastello", code PPG 562/B.
Some colors were already used on other cars.

All colors use water as solvent, in European Union car manufacturers cannot use classical "solvent" paints.
 

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Paints are made by PPG.

Here the italian PPG depliant for Renegade colors, same are the same of 500X and 500L.

http://it.ppgrefinish.com/media/869810/brochure-nuova-jeep-renegade.pdf
http://it.ppgrefinish.com/media/869809/brochure-nuova-fiat-500x.pdf
http://it.ppgrefinish.com/media/667582/brochure_nuova_fiat_500_l.pdf

For example Renegade's "Mojave sand" is the same as Fiat 500L "Beige Cappuccino Pastello". Their code is PPG 231/B.
"Omaha orange" is Fiat 500X "Arancio Spritz Pastello", code PPG 562/B.
Some colors were already used on other cars.

All colors use water as solvent, in European Union car manufacturers cannot use classical "solvent" paints.
I did figure that out today and got some from a local supplier. Got them to look up the fiat code
 
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