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    Post Frozen Monte Carlo Blue

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    Please help to know this color code
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    Looks like Frozen Monte Carlo Blue's color code is 5GT.

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    thanks for reply
    but are you Sure

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    Yes he's sure. Edited prefix to E9X.

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    Awesome color! Op are you ordering that?
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    Love the frozen colors. I am considering a satin matte wrap for my M3 in pearl white.

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    The frozen colors look wonderful.
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    1999 M3 AA C30 S/C w/FMIC, UUC Motowerks, Vorsteiner, Bilsteins, Bav Auto, DEPOs

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    They are awesome, I'm wondering how hard it is to maintain...like how do you wax it? How much for touchups or repainting? Can a body shop even replicate it? I respray my front bumper every two years bc rock chips drive me crazy and it's not that expensive, I wonder if I could do the same with a car that has a factory frozen paint job?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bobS Click here to enlarge
    They are awesome, I'm wondering how hard it is to maintain...like how do you wax it? How much for touchups or repainting? Can a body shop even replicate it? I respray my front bumper every two years bc rock chips drive me crazy and it's not that expensive, I wonder if I could do the same with a car that has a factory frozen paint job?
    It is more difficult to maintain.

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    Thanks for all the replies
    I want to make clear that all the code of colors company BMW Begin with letters, not numbers

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    Is that like a satin finish?

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