Discovery 3 Touch Up Paint
Confirming the correct paint colour name for your car may be done by reading the paint name on the VIN plate, under the bonnet. Touch up pencils and aerosols for all of the standard paint colours are listed here, together with the Land Rover three digit codes for each colour (car body repair workshops know and match your car's colour by this code).
For reference proposes the Land Rover/MG Rover standard three letter codes are also shown. You will see these letter codes used as suffixes on the part numbers of colour coded spare parts. For example, some of the touch up paint part numbers on this page use them - a paint pencil in Rimini Red is VEP501730CBK, where VEP501730 is a paint pencil and CBK is Rimini Red.
If your car's colour is clearly not what the three letter code says it is, then the car has been refinished in a different colour (of course). This may have been done by Land Rover - a small number of Discovery 3's were repainted in 'any colour you like' as part of Land Rover Special Vehicles 'Autobiography' option scheme.
Certain fleet operators, like the AA, had their cars factory finished in their colour scheme. Some of these fleet colours are available as touch ups but are not listed here - please contact us with your vehicles details if you require one.
Each standard colour paint touch up kit includes both base colour and top coat lacquer. In either pencils or aerosol cans. Lastly, just to say Land Rover classifies Adriatic Blue as being in the Greys colour group and Iszmire Blue as being in the Silvers. That's where you'll find them on this page, rather than under Blues - it's not an error!