1967 Ford Frost Turquoise paint
This blue green automotive paint color is most commonly known as Frost Turquoise. Other common color promotional names include Turquoise, Neptune Blue, and Palomar Blue. The color formulation has been used between 1965 and 1967, primarily by Ford; but also by Mercury and Lincoln. We have records of this color appearing on the following models: Lincoln, Thunderbird, Ford Truck, Mustang, Mercury, Comet, Cougar, Fairlane, Falcon, and Galaxie. See the full detailed list below.

The short model/year code for this paint in 1967, is B. The longer Ford paint manufacturing code is M1734 or M1734A. Ford production paint codes starting with M are usually followed by a 4 digit number and the letter "A" indicating its an exterior paint. The same code ending in the letter "G" is common for interior paints. The longer Chrysler paint manufacturing code, sometimes called the "Dodge Truck paint code" is DT8390. These longer manufacturing codes are useful for tracking paint usage.


Example of 1967 Ford Frost Turquoise
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Usage list 1967 Ford Frost Turquoise paint (more information)
yearmakemodelcodepaint namecomment
1965FordThunderbird4Frost Turquoise
1965LincolnLincoln4Neptune Blue
1966FordFord TruckNFrost Turquoise
1967FordBFrost Turquoise
1967FordFairlaneBFrost Turquoise
1967FordFalconBFrost Turquoise
1967FordFord TruckBFrost Turquoise
1967FordGalaxieBFrost Turquoise
1967FordMustangBFrost Turquoise
1967FordThunderbirdBFrost Turquoise
1967LincolnLincolnBPalomar Blue
1967MercuryCometBTurquoise
1967MercuryCougarBTurquoise
1967MercuryMercuryBTurquoise

Paint Manufacturer Codes
PPG/Ditzler : 12876
Dupont : 97326, 93-97326, 4610, 4610L
Acme/Rogers : 9642
Martin Senour : 1694
Sherwin Williams : 2373
RM/BASF : A1741, E1741

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