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Go up and read my previous post (#3 in this thread) it explains the xxx-y-z paint codes. Yes there is more to learn, but the basics are there. The A1A1 or H1H1 are not codes that were ever used on paint badges to my knowledge, but sometimes appear in COA's. The three digit numbers are the true paint numbers (eg: 700 or 042). The codes on the badges may change over the years, but the paint numbers remain constant from at least the 1950's into the 1980's. I haven't studied the newer codes very much. If you have any questions on paint codes, just ask.
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