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I'd say you are not going to be able to touch in the small area, so if you are using a bodyshop ask them to get as close a match as they can. Or if you are doing it yourself, you'll need to take the part off anyway, so just take that to a motor factors and get the best match you can. 

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2 hours ago, Subtronics said:

I'd say you are not going to be able to touch in the small area, so if you are using a bodyshop ask them to get as close a match as they can. Or if you are doing it yourself, you'll need to take the part off anyway, so just take that to a motor factors and get the best match you can. 

Thanks, pretty sure it's within my skillset having restored a couple of classic cars.  Thought there might be a designated paint code, if not I'll mix one up from the ones I have lying around

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Would a decent body shop be able to scan the colour and match from that? I agree, worth having a go at yourself. Nothing to lose. If the repair isn’t good enough then get it professionally done. I had a slight chip on the same panel on my own IS300h. I left it because it wasn’t as bad but I did plan to attend to it by having a go myself. Hope you find a match.

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2 minutes ago, 200h said:

have you thought about having the piece of trim wrapped

I hadn't but will look into it now 👍

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