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Auction number 1850997470.

The photo of the bare floor board looks more like a true gold; but I've never seen this caramel color before. It's beautiful, but can't be original, can it? Perhaps a special order from another line?

And the interior...the seller states that many pieces are original to the car, but most of it looks like 1966 parchment to me. Could it be light palomino?
 

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Howdy.

Looks like it was probably repainted a color that the owner liked, and not
necessarily an original 65 color.

It looks a lot like 66 Antique Bronze though - but a little browner.

-Zim
 

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I agree - probably the closest thing Maaco had on the shelf! It does look nice though...
 

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Maaco actually has DuPont color matching services, and can match a color perfectly. Navajo Beige, specially ordered for my 68 Mustang back "in the day" was faithfully reproduced by Maaco... Would you guys just lay off Maaco for once?
 
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