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I have just recently purchased my first Land Rover, a 1993 Defender 90 hard top 200Tdi. It started life as a grey vehicle with a cream hard top but has within the last 12 months been resprayed green. For some reason the cream top was not resprayed and I am trying to ascertain what the colour is and where to source the paint to respray it. I was planning just to use cans.

It is fitted with BF Goodrich all terrains on the front and mud terrains on the rear. Is there a problem with having different tyres on the vehicle? I am also looking for a rear door stay if anyone can help me with an online supplier.

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I have just recently purchased my first Land Rover, a 1993 Defender 90 hard top 200Tdi. It started life as a grey vehicle with a cream hard top but has within the last 12 months been resprayed green. For some reason the cream top was not resprayed and I am trying to ascertain what the colour is and where to source the paint to respray it. I was planning just to use cans.

It is fitted with BF Goodrich all terrains on the front and mud terrains on the rear. Is there a problem with having different tyres on the vehicle? I am also looking for a rear door stay if anyone can help me with an online supplier.

The standard colour for a Defender roof is Ivory White LRC.354, (irrespective of body colour) which I would normally just say was white, rather than cream. Later vehicles had the option of the roof the same colour as the rest of the body, this was mostly on the higher spec County station wagons though. I think, based on the year, yours would have had a white roof to begin with.

Older Series LRs did have cream coloured upper body work known as Limestone.

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