Matching paint and powder coat is a hit and miss affair unless you can find a paint code that also has a RAL number. There are a few paint colors where this is possible but Wimbledon white didn't seem to be one of them. So I had my paint supplier spray me a sample in UNO acrylic urethane and headed down to the powder coater to try for a match. Looking through the samples of off white creamy whites it was difficult to find one that looked right because the samples were all on little paper cards that you can fan out. We settled on one that looked promising and they shot a sample on a piece of metal. The powder color is called oyster white. RAL 1013. It's pretty much bang on. Impossible to tell the difference if there is any. I shot the picture in outside natural light and it's obvious that Wimbledon white is one of those colors that doesn't photograph well as in real life it's a nice creamy off white Anyway, here's the picture. The best part is that my Wheel Vintiques wheels came with a high quality powder coat primer and can be color powder coated with just a little cleaning.