1981 Honda Paint Charts and Color Codes

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1981 Honda Paint Charts and Color Codes


For correct identification, please refer to the Colour Code Listings on this site.
Also see: 1981 Honda DuPont Paint Charts and Color Codes.
Locating Factory Paint Codes
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Code Location
2, 13

DULUX®


Dulux is not recommended for the repair of LUCITE - or other Acrylic Lacquer finishes.

NOTE:


It may be necessary, at times, to tint colors to produce a satisfactory match due to normal weathering and changes in color standards.
Honda Paint Charts and Color Codes for 1981
SAMPLE

COLOUR

MFG. PAINT CODE

YEAR

1981 Honda Amal Blue Poly

Honda Amal Blue Poly

B-20M

1981

1981 Honda Sierra Blue Poly

Honda Sierra Blue Poly

B-22M

1981

1981 Honda Windsor Blue Poly

Honda Windsor Blue Poly

B-23M

1981

1981 Honda Hampstead Green Poly

Honda Hampstead Green Poly

BG-11M

1981

1981 Honda able Green Poly

Honda Sable Green Poly

BG-12M

1981

1981 Honda Shetland White

Honda Shetland White

NH-61

1981

1981 Honda St. Moritz Silver Poly

Honda St. Moritz Silver Poly

NH-62M

1981

1981 Honda Glacier Gray Poly

Honda Glacier Gray Poly

NH-77M

1981

1981 Honda Tudor Red Poly

Honda Tudor Red Poly

R-38M

1981

1981 Honda Rhodes Red Poly

Honda Rhodes Red Poly

R-41M

1981

1981 Honda Mycenae Gold Poly

Honda Mycenae Gold Poly

YR-36M

1981

1981 Honda Oslo Ivory

Honda Oslo Ivory

YR-43

1981

1981 Honda Levanna Brown Poly

Honda Levanna Brown Poly

YR-47M

1981

1981 Honda Lamia Beige Poly

Honda Lamia Beige Poly

YR-48M

1981

1981 HONDA IMPORTED CAR COLORS
MFG. PAINT CODE
COLOR
COLOR NO.
YEAR
B-20M
Amal Blue Poly
22854
1981
B-22M
Sierra Blue Poly
22855
1981
B-23M
Windsor Blue Poly
22856
1981
BG-11M
Hampstead Green Poly
22802
1980-1981
BG-12M
Sable Green Poly
22853
1981
NH-61
Shetland White
22641
1979-1981
NH-62M
St. Mortiz Silver Poly
22642
1979-1981
NH-77M
Glacier Gray Poly
22927
1981
R-38M
Tudor Red Poly
22702
1979-1981
R-41M
Rhodes Red Poly
22806
1980-1981
YR-36M
Mycenae Gold Poly
22857
1981
YR-43
Oslo Ivory
22858
1981
YR-47M
Levanna Brown Poly
22859
1981
YR-48M
Lamia Beige Poly
22860
1981

NAPA Martin Senour Paints


Acrylic Enamel Basecoat/Clearcoat System


Designed to repair O.E.M. basecoat/clearcoat finishes applied by the vehicle manufacturer. This system provides a finish that exhibits a beautiful wet gloss with improved durability. The development of the basecoat/clearcoat system is a significant breakthrough in Automotive Clearcoat Refinishing virtually eliminating the problems normally associated with a clear top coat finish.

Preparation: Wash the area to be refinished with detergent and water. Solvent clean with No. 6383 Kleanz-Easy. Dry sand with random orbit sander using 240 Lube-Kut Paper. Treat exposed steel with No. 6877 Triple Etch. Treat exposed aluminum with No. 6879 Twin Etch and No. 8829 Zincrom Primer. For spot surfacing use Martin-Senour Lacquer Primer Surfacers Nos. 3252, 3253, 3257 or 3258. For complete surfacing use No. 8094 Synthol Enamel Primer Surfacer. Seal with Quik-Seal non-sanding primer sealer Nos. 8097, 8098 or 8099 reduced 100% with No. 8004 Symmetro Flow Reducer. Allow to dry a minimum of 30 minutes before recoating.

Basecoat Application: Reduce the Acrylic Enamel Basecoat 75% with no. 8831, 8832 or 8834 Acrylic Enamel Reducer. Add No. 8850 Catyl-Ad to the reduced basecoat in the proportion of 4 oz. of No. 8850 to one quart of unreduced basecoat. The sprayable pot life, at 75F. is six hours. Apply two to three light coats at 50-60 p.s.i. at the gun, allowing a minimum of 20 minutes flash time between coats. (This is less than the film thickness required for regular Acrylic Enamel). Apply only enough basecoat to achieve hiding and color uniformity. The basecoat does not need to be glossy. Maximum film thickness of basecoat is 2 mils. Drying time before clear is two (2) hours above 70F., and sixteen (16) hours below 70F.

Clearcoat Application: No. 8852 Clear is supplied ready to spray. Add No. 8850 Catyl-Ad in the proportion of 2 oz. of No. 8850 to 1 quart of No. 8852 Clear. If more flow is desired in the Clear, reduce the mixture up to 25% with No. 8831 or 8832 Acrylic Enamel Reducer. Apply two medium wet cross coats at 45 to 55 p.s.i., allowing a minimum of 15 minutes flash time between coats. Do not add excessive amounts of Clear. Allow to dry overnight at temperatures no cooler than 65F. The maximum film thickness of Clearcoat that may be safely applied is 1.5 mils.

SPECIAL NOTES:


Fisheyes: Do not use regular No. 77 or No. 77B Squirtz in Basecoat and Clearcoat. If Fisheye presents a problem, add 2 to 4 ounces of No. 87 Fisheye Eliminator to unreduced gallon of both Basecoat and Clearcoat.

Catyl-Ad #8850: Must be added to the Basecoat and Clearcoat or a film failure will occur.

Force Drying: The basecoat may be force dried for 15 minutes at 120 to 125F., prior to applying the Clearcoat. Do not force dry after the Clearcoat has been applied.

Note:


It is important all products and procedures specified in this systemf must be followed. Any usage of the Basecoat/ Clearcoat system other than stated above or on the product label is at the customer's own risk.
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