I know this was posted several months ago, but I wanted to reply, even late.
Originally Posted by Point_Oh
First, I'm new to TrailVoy and this is my very first post, so be nice!
Now, I've been trying to find the name of the color on my TB.
I found BC/CC U 213M in my glove box and I believe that to be Graystone Met. Can anyone confirm?
Yes that is the correct color name, but it comes down to the code.
Painters only work with the CODE (213M). On GM Auto's its WA213M, names don't mean much...
"pdutzel" was right about the WA #, but the placard on the auto does not say "WA", so you gotta get the "number/letter" combo and put the WA in front of it when asking for a paint to be mixed at a 'Auto Paint Supplier' (this is if you plan on doing large areas of paint repairs, ie... panels... bumbers... doors... or even an 'overall' (complete paint job)). Most suppliers know the WA goes with the GM line of autos.... so they just ask for the #, in your case, 213M...
If you want just Touch-Up... You really need to find a "Touch-Up" expret
Sometimses found at your local dealership working for the 'used car' manager.
Last note: BC/CC means "Base Coat/Clear Coat". Base Coat is the color & Clear Coat is the "Shinny Stuff" that looks wet when sprayed (or Shot) on correctly.
Hope This Info Helped Someone...