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Arrow red is a solid colour similar to Fire Engine red [bright] CUF Arrow Red, Portofino Red, Corallin Red 88-97 LRC.390(DI)

Alveston is a micatallic colour -- CDX Alveston Red Mic 2ct 99- LRC.696

have a look Vehicle painting pointers

the codes above are

LR paint code [you won't find this on a 90/110/Defenders ident plate]

Paint colour

type & model year range of use

Paint code PPG paint manufacturer

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Arrow red is a solid colour similar to Fire Engine red [bright] CUF Arrow Red, Portofino Red, Corallin Red 88-97 LRC.390(DI)

Alveston is a micatallic colour -- CDX Alveston Red Mic 2ct 99- LRC.696

have a look Vehicle painting pointers

the codes above are

LR paint code [you won't find this on a 90/110/Defenders ident plate]

Paint colour

type & model year range of use

Paint code PPG paint manufacturer

Thanks for that. Does that mean that Arrow Red, Portofino Red, Corallin Red are the same? The pointer chart sticks them all next to one box of red?

It must be the arrow, as it is a solid colour and manufactured in 1994?

Cheers, Paul

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Yes, that's right, Portofino & Corallin have the same paint code, just different names for Discovery & RR use, my 110 is Arles [90/110] Pacific [RR]or Windjammer [Discovery] blue.

this should have been in the Defender Forum.

Thanks for the info and sorry about the wrong forum. I am still finding my way about.

Cheers, Paul

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If its 1994 it certainly won't be Alveston as that was a much later colour. It'll either be Portofino red if solid, or Rioja Red if metallic.

Thanks for the information. I have just ordered it from Rimmer bros.

Cheers,

Paul

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