I have read some posts on here that others were looking for the paint color on their Scag mowers for autom0tive paint as an alternative to the expensive, poor quality, rattle can spray bombs the dealer sells. Well I can now help out with that. I own a body shop and I have my own paint mixing system. I have a Dupont mixing system and I spent about an hour and a half this evening custom making a formula that matched both my mower and also the spray can I got from the dealer. Dupont did not have a formula in their computer database, and the jobber was unable to get me an acceptable match with the computer camera either. This left me to make my own formula. This formula is for ChromaOne single stage urethane. Mind you this is not an inexpensive paint, but it is the good stuff. I am sure on a mower a lesser cost type of paint could be used such as Dulux enamel or Centari arcrylic enamel with satisfactory results, but the ChromOne and Chromabase is what I use at my shop and this was what I had to work with on my mixing system. If you have a Dupont jobber, he may be able to make this color in Dulux, Centari or Imron with the formula I am going to post here if you show it to him/her. This formula I am posting is for about 3/4 of a pint or so. This is the amount I ended up after adding dabs of each color until I got the color I wanted by comparing the mix with my mower/spray can sample. Your jobber can make you more or less by altering the formula to your needs. The formula is as follows: Mixing Color ------------------- Amount 845J Transparent Yellow------------121.2 grams 853J Red Orange---------------------26.7 grams 801J High Strength White-------------34.5 grams 807J Low Strength Black---------------6.4 grams 7020G Single Stage Binder-------------150.0 grams These amounts are actual amounts of each color in the formula and are not cumulative amounts as normally used in paint mixing. Meaning the person mixing this willl have to zero his/her scales before adding each color to get the amounts listed above. A paint jobber that mixes paint will understand this when they see this formula. I hope this helps anyone needing to do any maintenance or painting on their Scag mower over the winter to get ready for next season. I needed to paint a fender and the control panel on mine where my mower got too close to a tree limb and I wanted a better paint than the spray bomb stuff at the dealer.