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    I will watch this topic and make changes to the charts when new information is presented.
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    Need to add 2P4 maroon/mahogany 2 tone for 1984; maybe 1985 too?
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    DAMN!!!!!

    Nice charts!!!! Thanks for adding this in, much appreciated!!!!!

    Black Onyx needs to be changed to Gloss Black. This is the name that is listed in all of the brochures (and I do have 98% of the US Spec Brochures).

    You also need to add in all of the 2-Tone colors/codes.

    I'll look over the rest of this later tonight after work for any other descrepancy's. For the MKI's, I noticed that they started using "clearcoat's" in the 81 model year, but not 79 - 80.

    Mike: 2P4 Maroon/Deep Mahogany was a 84 only color. From what I can tell, all of the 2-Tone's listed were 1 year only combo's.
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    Here's the thing.... I built a database for all this stuff.... I just plug in the color code and year, and the script I wrote builds the charts. Toyota now calls 202 Black Onyx... and has been doing that for years. So I guess we are going to have to live with it until I can figure out a way to have the same color code called by different names on different models.

    For now I am just going to lump the two-tones into the primary color (upper color code)... but I will revisit this when I figure out a good way to seperate the two-tone cars in the system.

    Thanks for the compliments!

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    also it seems that 86 colors codes arent included?

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    It is my understanding that there IS no 1986 Supra.... in 1986 there were some leftover 1985 Supras sold as new through the dealership.... but the release of the MK3 Supra began halfway through the year as the 1986.5. Yes? No?

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    yes and no.

    The 86 "model year" was fitted with a 3rd brake light (85's don't have this) and sold as an '86. so yes, there WERE 86 MKIIs, but yeah, they were produced in 85. In relevance of this thread I believe all the 86s were available in the 85 colors.

    for example, all production OCT/NOV/DEC 1984 were "model year 1985" cars.... just because they didn't actually produce the MKII in 1986 doesn't mean the model wasn't available in 1986.... just means that there were damn few of them.

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    Well, for the sake of clarity on the main page I am going to maintain that chart to read 82-85.... because the next generation chart shows 86-92. There are a lot of people that are easily confused... and we understand what really happened.

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    easily solved by putting 1986.5 for the 3rd gen as most parts manufacturers do... but w/e its your chart.

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