Looking at the reflection of the trailer fender on the lower front fender of the car is almost mirror-like, maybe this was a candy Tangerine as suggested above. But I do agree it does look like Turbine Bronze. Btw, what range of years of Dodge/Plymouth would this chassis platform be correct to support more releases in the future? 64-65? 63?
That would be my guess as well. Turbine Bronze Poly would have been available in 1963-64 when the Turbine cars were built. Pictures of the Turbine cars sure look like the color of the Golden Commandos car. I don't think a color from 1970 would have been available that early. If you compare actual paint formulas, maybe the two are similar and close enough to substitute one for the other.
Something I tried that worked well. Lightly airbrush your pinstripe color first, spraying only where your stripe will be. Then layout your pinstripe tape. Fog your tape with clear to seal the edge. Then mask one side of the pinstripe and spray lets say your blue. Then pull the masking tape off leaving your pinstripe tape intact. Then mask off the blue and spray the orange. In the end your pinstripe tape has only ever had one color sprayed against each side. Each time mask to the center of the pinstripe tape. If you are brave and have a steady hand, you can put masking paper over the pinstripe tape and cut directly on it to simplify masking.