It's TS-89 Pearl Blue, but the photos I've seen suggest that color is a little light; you might also look at TS-19, TS-50, TS-51, and TS-53. Those paints are also only available in spray cans, though I guess you could spray it onto a card and apply with a brush. TS paints are lacquers that I think should adhere okay to aluminum and plastic.Excellent idea! I found a chip in the blue paint the day after my AT was delivered. The dealer says that Honda has not yet released the touch up paint and he can not get it. Anyone have any idea which number of Tamiya paint is the blue?
So glad to have found this... how did the touch up paint last and did the color stay true? ThanksIn the interest of science, I nipped down to the local modelling shop and lo and behold, they had the X-33 on the selves. So I splashed out on a bottle and tried it on a couple of very small nicks I have on my cases. Looked a bit dark when applied, but dried out superbly. For a mere £1.99, well worth the effort. Just glad I didn't have to pay for the paint I got mixed. :grin2: