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    727 Well-Known Member

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    I have a 1966 Charger with paint code ZZ1WZ. My local paint supplier can't pull this color up. Are there any other codes that will cross reference?

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    zz1 Should be a gold wz could be white roof stripe
     
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    correct, ZZ1 is gold poly. Not sure about the WZ
     
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    It's gold/green
     
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    Correct ZZ1 = Gold Poly WZ = White roof Z represents body color. Read the bottom right side. :)

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    Just to clarify things....1st generation Chargers were monotone (no 2 tone paint available). The "W" code indicates a standard white stripe on the roof edge above the doors running from front to the rear sail panel. Usually the stripe matched the interior color (white in this case I bet).
     
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    It's just one color. The paint is referred to as gold poly. What I was trying to say is it has more of a green tint than gold.