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where's that notify mod button.......
Hi guys! Hope everyone had a good Christmas and a happy new year!
Sorry haven't been around much...hope to change that...
May be semantics but I thought B7 was called Jamaica Blue?
I guess Dodge and Plymouth wanted their own color designations. Here are the first few codes with B7 and the various names.
DODGE SUPER BEE
A4 SILVER METALLIC
B3 LIGHT BLUE POLY
B5 BRIGHT BLUE METALLIC
B7 MEDIUM BLUE POLY
B9 DARK BLUE POLY
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER
A4 PLATINUM METALLIC
B3 ICE BLUE POLY
B5 BLUE FIRE METALLIC
B7 JAMAICA BLUE POLY
Jamaica,Bahama. Sounds like the makings of a Beach Boys song :yesnod:
B5 BLUE FIRE METALLIC. Why do I remember my first one as Fire Mist Blue? :huh: I seem to recall that on the window sticker, but then in my defense, that was 47 years ago and as they say, the memory is the second thing to go.
I don't remember what the first one is either
OK, I am new to this forum and a little late to this thread. I'm interested in it though as I also have a B7 Roadrunner with the trim code V7B. My understanding is this is a single painted pin stripe that runs down the sides of the car. The "B" in the code stands for "Blue" from what I have been told, but I cannot find any resource or anyone that knows the correct factory color for this stripe. My tag is currently at Galen, and I posed the question. I've also written to the Chrysler Registry site, but they have yet to respond. I've seen plenty of B5 and some B7 cars (photo's) that have this stripe, but it's always white. I'm thinking just painting it B3 and be done with it, but if someone knows the true paint color in Roadrunner land that would be great! Thanks!