Anyone here know what other names or color codes may have been used to refer to the "Lt. Neutral" 52I RPO code for what I call the tan interior in the 2001 Silverado? I'm needing to paint a few things and need to find out what paint to get exactly. Most manufacturers have a "lt. neutral", but it is actually a grey color. Other places I have seen this interior referred to as a "Lt. Oak", or 101E, but I honestly think that is the color of just my headliner, which is slightly different ligher shade of tan than the rest of the interior. here's a link to SEM colors (shows Lt. Oak, and also Lt. Neutral but is grey) http://www.superiorrestoration.com/Category~CategoryID~242.html and the SEM Lt. Oak here is also different it seems http://www.superiorrestoration.com/Category~CategoryID~242.html here's a link for a Dupont pdf that shows the only 2001 Silverado tan interior as "Lt. Oak", but it's a different RPO code??? It's 67, not 52 http://pc.dupont.com/dpc/en/US/html/visitor/common/pdfs/b/color/sph/SH_2001_GM_compatibility.pdf Then this site shows Lt. Oak (67) as a different paint than 52, which is then linked to a Very Dark Neutral. http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/page/GM-Truck-Interior-Color-Chart Can anyone else out there with a tan interior in their 2001 Silverado help me out? What paint have you used?