What you’ll need: PS3 GT5 (Anywhere above version 2.0) USB flash drive (one in FAT32 format is preferred since the PS3 supports it, most flash drives are FAT32. As long as the PS3 can read it, you should be fine) GT5 save game (with Plymouth Superbird in any color) GT5 Garage Editor v1.3.1 by slim355 & q-k Once you have these taken care of, let’s get started! 1. Plug your USB flash drive into your PS3, go to save data and copy your save game to it. Their are two save games, one is the regular save, the other is the back up. We only need the regular one, you can’t copy the back up anyways. 2. Plug your USB flash drive into your computer. 3. Load the save game in the garage editor. In my case, once open the editor, I would click “Open Garage”, find my usb drive, navigate to the “PS3” folder, then “SAVEDATA” and then click on my save game. Mine is in a folder labeled “BCUS98114-GAME”, but yours might be named differently if you live outside the US. 4. Once your save is loaded, go over to the “Garage” tab, locate and select Plymouth from the manufacturers drop-down menu in the upper right corner. Locate your Superbird in the car model drop-down menu just below and select it. 5. A list of various car code selections will appear below the drop-downs. Go to the second line entitled "Paint" having the 8-digit sequence "03FFFFFF" (if you have not previously painted) displayed in the data cell to the right of "Paint". 6. Click inside the cell, erase that paint code, type in "019C3FFF" (no-name blue from the Racing Kart) and click enter. 7. Close the Garage Editor by selecting "Close Garage" from the "File" drop-down menu in the upper left corner. 8. Remove your USB drive and copy your save game back to your PS3. If you've done all of this correctly, your Superbird should now look like this: *Note: There's no trademarked "Petty Blue" in GT5 but this hidden color is "Petty Close". Enjoy.