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Help with JAEGERMEISTER orange

My 1970 911 is about to take the final step in the restoration of its body / chassis: a paint job. I have been looking for a long time for just the right shade of orange I can't live without and have finally found it on an original RSR, namely JAEGERMEISTER orange.

Can anyone out there help with a color code, or a mix formula or
steer me in the right direction towards a specific paint manufacturer.

Any help will be much appreciated.

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I actully know the guy w/the Jaeger March F1 car. I'll try and see if he's got a paint code...

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Get ahold of Dave at Dart Auto. He has a Jaegermeister Orange race car that he has painted a couple of times. I think he actually matched the color from a bottle of the juice! He'll know the code.

His number is 303-296-1188 or Dartauto.com

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Could we see pics of this color?? Im in the same boat and need oranges and yellow colors!!!! Look at 'panama yellow' thats an orange that when my wife said she liked it, made me ride her for days!! Check it out, better than porno!! Mark
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Woa, Bahama yellow. Wrong color, bro!
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Re: Help with JAEGERMEISTER orange

I believe this is the same shade of orange on Carlos de Quesada 74 RSR

http://www.pbase.com/slidevalve911rsr/911rsr_factory_cars_1974_heimrath_rsr

I'll ask my dad.

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My 1970 911 is about to take the final step in the restoration of its body / chassis: a paint job. I have been looking for a long time for just the right shade of orange I can't live without and have finally found it on an original RSR, namely JAEGERMEISTER orange.

Can anyone out there help with a color code, or a mix formula or
steer me in the right direction towards a specific paint manufacturer.

Any help will be much appreciated.
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The one I ws describing is mostly yellow with some yellow like key west sunset color. Mark
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Saw this car at Road Atlanta last weekend. Looks like about the right orange.

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Pretty hot!

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Same one.
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The "juice" is green. Jeez!
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Here is a link to my current and past jagermeister colors

past on top, I matched the Jager bottle to several paint chips. The lower color is redder and I believe an original Porsche color that my painter had a chip for. If interested I can get the code



http://dartauto.com/racing.html
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looks pretty darn close to continental orange to me
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I think it is Continental Orange...just like my car:



Continental Orange was a factory color in '76, '77 and '78 at least...

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Continental Orange

Here is the Glasurit formula for the color Continental Orange POR 107.

I know 9stuffMN on this board or the "parts for sale" board posted he has a stash of gallons of the Glasurit Single Stage 21 Paints. Limited colors.

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This is the code for Continental Orage assuming you need Glasurit 55 (ask your paint shop what base they are going to use).
Amounts in litres (for the whole car)


Base -------Amount -----Cumulative
352-91 ----174.8 --------174.8
A143 ------460.9-------- 635.7
A257 ------333.7 --------969.5
M25 -------22.1 ----------991.5
A352 -------1.8 ----------993.3


Once you know the code or the name of the color you are looking for check this page
http://www.glasurit.com/COLOR/

Click on the Search for a Formula link under the COLOR ONLINE section. It's very easy.
I found the formula for my Mexico Blue that way.

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mmmmmmmm, Jager



nice color
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Mike - IROC,

Do you know who manufactured the Bumpers and tail on your car? Looks like you have a great fit on the front bumper.
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Continental Orange doesn't have enough cream in it. It looks too red. I think the Jagermeister orange is more, well Cream.

Pretty close to Stewart's Orange N' Cream


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The continental orange looks closer to the bottle of jager than the orange crush or the jager cars though

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