Look, you go to your auto paint jobber or your painter, ask to see color chips, and pick the one you like. (this is why I've invested several hundred dollars in the DuPont Spectramaster color chip system and the Sikkens color selector system).
Pantone is for graphics and not appropriate for picking bike frame colors.
> That would match any color you point to.
> george argiris
> san diego,ca
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> George Argiris wrote:
> > OK look, go to a high end body shop and ask the head painter if he
> > would match your color. He's got the mixing machine, the eye, and the
> > talent to do so.
> > george argiris
> > san diego,ca
> And that would be matching what color? Is anyone paying any attention
> to the actual subject of the thread? What is this, the iBOB list or
> Chuck "where's my pills?" Schmidt
> South Pasadena, Southern California