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1) If the colour you want is not a custom colour/outside of the color selection for this car then you have to buy it and repaint it the color you want.
2) The boy kept the ball in the drawer and not remember it was there.(Can I say not remember?).
3) The customer called to report missing items from the order. The driver who delivered the food said the customer received the items. I had to call the customer to verify his claim about/on not receiving the items/ verify his claim
That he did not receive the missing items. (Can I say verify his claim?).
I hope somebody can help me correct the mistakes in the sentences if there are any mistake
A "custom colour" is a colour which is not offered as a standard choice for the car. It is one you have to specifically request.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
, but I assumed (perhaps wrongly) that the text in the OP came from a marketing document, and the manufacturer was abusing the term. I thought that they were trying to make 'custom' mean the same as à la carte - there's a choice, but a limited one. I suspect this may be behind the term 'custom-kitchen' in the song Money for Nothing, based on a conversation Mark Knopfler overheard in a US store.