Cumulus Grey* with Cardinal Red or Cumulus Grey trim.
Rred* with Cardinal red or Satin Beige trim.
Horizon Blue trim.
Snowberry White* with Cumulus
Grey, Cardinal Red 0 Horizon Blue trim.
Embassy Maroon with Satin Beige trim; Black with Cardinal
Black with Satin Beige or Hazelnut trim**
Cumulus grey/Snowberry White roof with Cardinal Red
trim (or Cumulus grey trim*).
Agate Red/Black roof
with Cardinal Red trim (or Satin beige or black trim*).
Horizon blue/black roof with Horizon blue or black
Fern Green/Snow berry white roof with green
Snowberry White/Cumulus Grey roof with Cardinal
Red trim (or Cumulus Grey or Horizon Blue trim*).
Embassy Maroon/Black roof with Cumulus Grey trim*.
Grey roof with Cardinal Red or Hazelnut trim.
**Home market only.
Apart from the changes listed below, the same colour
combinations were available to the end of A40 production.
On 8 August 1963, a saloon was turned out in Glen
Green with a Snowberry White: roof. It was a paint
try-out, and in December 1963, Glen Green was brought
in as a replacement for Fern Green. Glen Green was
for the home market only, and the cars were in monotone
or with a Snowberry White roof. Only Satin Beige trim
was available with Glen Green.
On 5 March 1964, a car was produced with a monotone
Embassy Maroon exterior and another with monotone
Horizon Blue exterior; both had Black trim.
March 1964 Hazelnut trim reappeared in a Black car
with Cumulus Grey roof, but only about half a dozen similar
cars were produced.
On 1 June 1964, a Countryman was turned out in
monotone 'new' Maroon and Satin Beige trim. This colour
became known as 'Maroon B' and replaced Embassy Maroon
from June 1964 onwards. Maroon B cars were available
in monotone with Satin Beige trim. Cars in Maroon B
were available for export with a Black roof and Cumulus
By November 1964, very few cars were being turned
out in Cumulus Grey trim, and by December 1964; the
trim choice was Cardinal Red, Horizon Blue or Satin