Originally Posted by Chico Diesel
Do you think gloss white vinyl would match the paint on the jeep?
A good print shop shouldn't have a problem with this.
They can use a spectrometer to take a reading of the color, and that spectrometer will spit out a Pantone CMYK equivalence.
They can then take that equivalence, plug it into their pre-press and produce a file, which is then sent to the RIPstation.
If their printers have machine-specific calibration in the RIP, they should be able to produce something very, very close to the target. A little more correction at that point should give you something as close as is humanly possible.