Re: SEM Paint
I needed to match the exterior paint on my car, old lacquer. I pulled the spoiler off the car and took it to a local auto paint supply store and they matched it perfectly. It was a bit costly since they had to mix several samples to get it right, but were successful. Based on my experience with this, you just need to find the right paint shop that is willing to do the work to match this for you. For what it's worth, what SEM told me was that even though they no longer made the particular color I needed (a dark blue I'd used over 15 years prior for my interior) they did have the code and a paint shop that sold SEM should be able to custom blend it with the color proportions provided for that particular code. Just an additional tip; if you do get a custom mix to match make sure you get the formula in case you need more and don't rely on the shop to keep the formula for you in their records. If they change computer systems the older formulas are easily lost forever.
'69 Z/28, Lemans Blue/White Stripes, DZ302, Tremec Magnum, 4.10, Procar Elite Seats,
Custom Upholstery, Dynatech headers, 17" VWW V45's, 235/45, 275/40, C5 Front Brakes