Gulf Oil Racing Livery Tangerine is a traditional single part Synthetic Coach Enamel paint. A popular iconic heritage racing livery combination used in conjunction with Gulf Oil Zenith Blue and Gulf Oil Navy blue (separating line) or Pure Black (separating line). This livery combination began in the Late 1960’s and used for many years on iconic racing cars including Porsche, Mclaren, Aston Martin to name a few.
Gulf Oil Racing Livery Tangerine is a traditional synthetic coach enamel. It is ideal for brushing, rollering or by spray application. Gulf Oil Racing Livery Tangerine is hand mixed to the finest quality and can also be used in conjunction with Tintable Raptor Tough Protection systems.
Here at Paintman Paint, we take pride in only producing the highest quality, hand mixed paint that will give you the ultimate high gloss finish, superb coverage with high build and scratch filling properties. In addition to this it gives excellent water resistance, flexibility, toughness and exterior durability. Our traditional formula gives you an extra-long wet edge time, thus minimising any brush drag.
Additional information of interest
- Spray application. All of our Coach Enamels will need to be diluted by around 5-10% using Paintman Coach Enamel Thinners, thus ensuring the highest quality finish and maintaining correct drying times.
- Surface Preparation. Prior to painting Gulf Oil Racing Livery Orange ensure all surfaces are clean and dry to remove any contaminants. We recommend using our Surface cleaner 2800 for painted surfaces or our Surface Cleaner 2802 for bare metal. Just prior to painting, wipe the surface with a Tack Rag to remove dust and other loose contaminants.
- Sizes available. Gulf Oil Racing Livery Tangerine, offered in our standard range of 1 litre, 2.5 litre and 5 litre cans. Aerosols in all colour variants are available, however if the option is not listed, please contact us for further information. Special order aerosols are subject to a min. order quantity of 4.
- Painting tips and advice. Check out our methods of use page and FAQ’s. Alternatively, ask us a question on our Contact page.