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Hello All,

I am trying to locate a supplier of the light blue as used in some GUCC livery.

I have the darker blue matched but not the light.

Can anyone suggest a supplier or know the correct name of colour?

Regards

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Hello All,

I am trying to locate a supplier of the light blue as used in some GUCC livery.

I have the darker blue matched but not the light.

Can anyone suggest a supplier or know the correct name of colour?

Regards

 

SEE: http://www.canalworld.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=17928

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Sounds about right!

Craftmaster do a Union Blue which is the correct match for the darker but not a Grand Union Pale blue on the current web site. I wrongly chose wedgwood blue first off as it looked correct on the web site but not in reality.

Many thanks for the link.

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Craftmaster do a Union Blue which is the correct match for the darker but not a Grand Union Pale blue on the current web site. I wrongly chose wedgwood blue first off as it looked correct on the web site but not in reality.

Many thanks for the link.

Evidently craftsmaster still have the colour on file but do not list it on the web site.

Thanks for all of your help etc.

Regards

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Evidently craftsmaster still have the colour on file but do not list it on the web site.

Thanks for all of your help etc.

Regards

 

i have given you the pantone numbers for the colours in the previous post, why not just go out and get it mixed? Any good paint supplier will do that and make the paint specific for the job.

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i have given you the pantone numbers for the colours in the previous post, why not just go out and get it mixed? Any good paint supplier will do that and make the paint specific for the job.

Yes thanks for that I have taken a note. Sorry I did not acknowledge. Regards

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