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How to locate the paint color for your Aston Martin
Whether you drive an Aston Martin Vanquish or a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage, the paint codes will always be located in one of two places on the VIN sticker. To find it:
- Check under the hood in the central area
- Open the driver’s side door and check on the door jamb
If you are having trouble finding it, give our expert customer service team a call at 971-770-2372 or send us an email at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com. Alternatively, use our online paint code finder, which will help you narrow down the choices based on some information about your vehicle.
What does your Aston Martin’s color code mean?
Generally, Aston Martin paint codes will contain both numbers and letters and are usually four or five digits in length.
An example code is: 1347D
1347D represents Marin Blue Pearl, which is popular on models like the Aston Martin Lagonda. Another example is Skyfall Silver, which is characterized by 5166D and is popular on Aston Martin Rapides.
When you locate the grey tag finding the Aston Martin color code is simple. Look for the “GVWR” and “GAWR” headings, and the color codes will be to the right of these.
Aston Martin Trivia
Founded in 1913, Aston Martin has a rich history and is one of England’s longest-running manufacturers. The Aston in the name derives from Aston Hill, while the Martin part comes from one of the founders, Lionel Martin. Like many of the vehicle makers at the time, their first vehicle was delayed because of the first world war.
The famous Aston Martin DB9 and all others in that range get their name from David Brown, who bought the company in 1947. Since Goldfinger, which featured the DB5, Aston Martin’s have become synonymous with the James Bond franchise.