They did for mine, a Super Red '84. Chances are they have recycled that same color. You need to get the paint code off the firewall plate. It makes it easier for the parts guy to find, the name of the color may have changed depending on model and year of vehicle it was used on. Langka works well on factory paint, it raises hell with repainted cars. It appears to be some sort of solvent that dissolves the touch-up, but leaves the original paint alone.
The Langka site is pretty clear on what you can a cannot do with the system. I think the stuff is fantastic.