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This Beige (464) aerosol paint is matched off the original Toyota color, and is an exclusive to Cruiser Corps. FJ40, FJ45, FJ60 BJ '76-'85
Toyota used this color code 464 beige for many years for both the FJ40s and FJ60s. Without a doubt, this is one of the most desired and popular colors that Toyota ever had! This aerosol will allow you to spray those necessary parts on your restoration without mixing, measuring, or using a spray gun/compressor.
Also great for touching up annoying scratches.
- One can
- Enamel paint with high gloss finish For Toyota Paint Code Reference, click on this link - http://www.toyotareference.com/landcruiser/1961-1983
NOTE* Paint can NOT be shipped by air or outside the U.S.
*Tech Tip: It is impossible to exactly color match factory paint. Any number of variables such as air pressure, temperature, or humidity can change the tint of paint. Even comparing one batch to another will have color variances. It is best to have a professional apply the paint to blend the color variances. While these are based off the factory colors, you should not expect a 100% color match.
Note: Before application, aerosol paint should be shaken vigorously, for at least 1 minute after the mixing ball inside begins to rattle. If the paint has been previously used, it may be necessary to clean the nozzle by dipping it in a small amount of lacquer thinner, and swirling it around, then wiping with a clean cloth. If the ambient temperature is below 90 degrees Fahrenheit, we have found it helpful to use a hair dryer or heat gun to warm the can prior to application. Before spraying the part, we recommend testing the spray pattern on a piece of scrap material, like cardboard, just to get a feel for how the nozzle will pattern the paint.
For best results, all parts to be painted should be prepped with primer and light scuffing from a scotch brite pad or 1500 grit sandpaper. The can should be held as close to vertical as possible while spraying, and held 12-14" from the object being painted. It is better to spray several light coats with a 40-50% overlap, to let the paint build up gradually, rather than to try to get maximum coverage with one heavy coat. Allow the paint to dry 5-10 minutes between coats. If you notice the nozzle starts to splatter, you will need to clean it with lacquer thinner as mentioned above before proceeding. Occasionally, paint will build up on the nozzle, and dry between coats, causing paint splatter.