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How to find Alfa Romeo color codes
Alfa Romeo models like the 4C, Guilla, and Stelvio all have their paint codes on the producer’s tag. The exact area this is in depends on the year and model of your vehicle. To find it:
- Go to the rear of the vehicle
- Open the trunk
- Check along the trunk lid
- Then look on the wheel housing
The sticker will generally be white, silver, or black. If it can’t be found on your vehicle, give us a call at 971-770-2372. Our phone lines operate from 8:00 am till 2:00 pm PST from Monday to Saturday. For help at any other time, send us your request at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com. With a few bits of information, we can get your Alfa Romeo paint code in no time.
Alfa Romeo Paint Code Location
Understanding your Alfa Romeo color code
Depending on whether you drive a 4C, Guilia, or a Stelvio, Alfa Romeo paint codes are either three or four digits long. They usually contain both numbers and letters.
The code above represents BLUE ALFA, and it will appear this way on the VIN sticker. A lot of other codes can be written in a variety of formats and may be written differently online. For example, 414 / 414C / PRR / Rosso Alfa / 2016 – 2020 and 565A / Argento Alfa Metallic / 2011 – 2012, all have multiple codes for one color.
The vehicle tag where you can find the paint information is usually white, silver, or black. It will have just the code, 130, and not any description, ALFA RED / 1991 – 1995. Some Alfa Romeo tags will have a heading of “PAINT” where you can find the code, others are less clear.
More about Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo is a luxury car maker based in Lombardy, Italy. It is over 100 years old and has a reputation for creating sporty vehicles. They are known in Europe for their racing prowess and have competed in Formula One, Grand Prix, and touring racing. The first vehicle they company produced had 24HP and could reach 62 MPH, which considering it had wooden-spoke wheels, is crazy.
Fiat bought the company in 1986, and after a decade-long break from the U.S, Alfa Romeo made their long-awaited return in 2008. The name Alfa is an acronym of Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili. Before going solo, the famous Enzo Ferrari ran the Alfa Romeo racing team for nearly a decade.