Check the Moss Catalogue. Factory and aftermarket color nr's are in
a chart towards the back of the book.
> From: "Unger, Larry @ MAN" <UNGERL@Reston.UnisysGSG.COM>
> To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: RE: British Racing Green
> Date sent: Mon, 15 Apr 96 12:17:00 EDT
> Send reply to: "Unger, Larry @ MAN" <UNGERL@Reston.UnisysGSG.COM>
> On Monday, April 15 Kelly Deffendall wrote:
> ->I know it's not a MG color, but I painted my 72 B a Jaguar
> ->color called "Brooklands Green".
> ... would you happen to know the manufacturer's number for
> this color? As Bill Olson indicated, "I believe it is an MG color..."
> and I would like to confirm that the MG "Brooklands Green" and
> the Jaguar "Brooklands Green" are one and the same.
> ->In anything but direct sunlight, it could be mistaken for black.
> ->Really looks good with the Biscuit interior.
> ... excactly what I am looking for <g>.
> Larry Unger
Arkansas State University
67 mineral blue MGBGT (saphire) searching for an overdrive
68 red MGB Roadster (ruby) (sold)
72 mallard green MGB Roadster w/overdrive (emerald (emmy))
95 plumb mist Ford Crown Victoria w/engine and suspension package -
my winston cup car (winny)
92 dirty Nissan Stanza (wife's car (no name)) but a great woman
who owned and drove a new MGA (with no name) when she was in
college several (yeh, several for sure) years ago