1949 Ford Group Paint Charts and Color Codes

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1949 Ford Group Paint Charts and Color Codes


For correct identification, please refer to the colour code listings on this site.
Ford Color Code Location Chart
Lucite® - Acrylic Lacquer is recommended for SPOT REPAIR, panel repair and overall refinishing of all original automotive finishes.

Centari - Acrylic Enamel is recommended for small area, panel repair and overall refinishing.

Dulux® - Enamel may be used for panel repair and overall refinishing.

Note - It may be necessary at all times to tint colours to produce a satisfactory match due to normal weathering and changes in colour standards.
1949 FORD EXTERIOR COLORS
SWATCH
COLOR
FORD PAINT CODE
YEARS
Dulux®
Duco®
Ford Gunmetal Gray Metallic
Ford Gunmetal Gray Metallic
M-14293
1949
181-22381
202-81345
Ford Bayview Blue Metallic
Ford Bayview Blue Metallic
M-14288
1949
181-22386
202-81346
Ford Sea Mist Green
Ford Sea Mist Green
M-14282
1949
93-55133
246-55133
Ford Meadow Green

Ford Meadow Green

M-14283
1949
93-55134
246-55136
Ford Colony Blue
Ford Colony Blue
M-14285
1949
93-55136
246-55136
Ford Birch Gray
Ford Birch Gray
M-14286
1949
93-55137
246-55137
Ford Miami Cream
Ford Miami Cream
M-14289
1949
93-55156
246-55156
Ford Fez Red
Ford Fez Red
M-14290
1949
93-55157
246-55157-M
Ford Midland Maroon Metallic
Ford Midland Maroon Metallic
M-14202
1949
No Match
202-33123-M
1949 Ford Color Combinations
FORD Part No.

DULUX® Color

M-172 4

93-005 Black

M-14202

No Match in DULUX Midland Maroon Metallic (DUCO 202-33123-M)

M-14282

93-55133 Sea Mist Green

M-14283

93-55134 Meadow Green

M-14285

93-55136 Colony Blue

M-14286

93-55137 Birch Cjray

M-14288

181-22386 Bayview Blue Metallic

M-14289

93-55156 Miami Cream

M-14290

93-55157-M Fez Red

M-14293

181-22381 Gunmetal Gray Metallic

No color combination numbers are shown on Ford and Mercury cars.
Most colors listed were available in both DUCO and DULUX; however, it should be noted that it was not always possible to make close matches in DUCO to DULUX colors and vice versa.
While these cars will be finished in synthetic enamel, Du Pont® always recommend that spot touch-ups be made with DUCO rather than DULUX.
Also see: 44 Popular Colors from the 1940s
1949 Ford
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