(Courtesy of Mike Rothe)
The formula given is for one pint (DuPont says it's enough to do one car's stripes when thinned, but I'd personally go with a quart) of the more expensive ChromaPremier. I recommend test spraying the mix first to make sure that it's what you want. Take this to you DuPont jobber. It MAY bu under the name of "69 Hurst/Olds Gold". If you need a quart, double the amounts shown.
|Cost code from DuPont: (important)-> F|
|4530S||Flop Control Agent||45.4|
|894J||Extra Coarse Alum||109.3|
|895J||Bright Coarse Alum||149.9|
|1008S||Moss Green Perl||181.0|
The Cameo White, on the other hand, is NOT listed as "Cameo White" any more. It is listed as a fleet color, and the ChromaPremier color is listed as 5033F, under the fleet color "Dover White", a Kunkel Services color. However, it IS the exact same color as "Cameo White", the old code 50 color. Or, you can use the 72 H/O color code 11 as well, since this too was "Cameo White". I believe they STILL might have this one listed.