Some sources for car paint color samples include Eastwood.com, AutoColorLibrary.com and TheCoatingStore.com. These websites display the colors that they offer in a variety of ways.
At Eastwood.com, the car paint color samples are for water-based paint. This website offers almost 100 different color samples from which to choose. Each sample color is shaped like a car so that the customer see what the color looks like on a vehicle. Underneath the sample color is the name and the cost of painting a car this color through Eastwood. The prices includes a base coat and color, with the customer adding a clear coat.
AutoColorLibrary.com advertises that it offers the largest library of colors. Customers choose between four time periods when the car and color were popular, including modern, classic, World War II and World War I. Customers choose the year and make of the car to see a color chart of all the colors produced by the maker for that particular year.
TheCoatingStore.com offers a large selection of custom colors. The categories of colors include metallic hues, pearl shades, solid colors, candy colors and color-changing colors. To learn more about a paint sample, customers can click on the specific color to obtain additional information.