Hi, I own a home built in 1932--One bathroom has American Standard Fixtures--a pedestal sink with integral spout and a tub, plus a flushometer toilet in a pale yellow color. The old Sloan Valve did not have the pressure to flush--we also tried a 1.6GPF Sloan Flushometer, but my plumber could not make the connection between the bowl and the valve vertical pipe to not leak. He attributes this to alignment from home settlement--and, besides the 1.6GPF valve still did not have enough force to clear the bowl. Now my wife, of course does not wish to replace the toilet because we are unsure we can find a matching color, and she wishes to keep the bathroom original. As of now, the toilet does nothing--no Sloan valve connected even. Id like to find out how to identify the actual color of the fixtures--anyone know how to do that?? Is it on the toilet anywhere, or on the underside of the sink? My other idea/question is, would it be possible to affix a regular tank to a toilet that had a flushometer? We can move the water line, because, unbelievably, we have extra tile for the wall. (We did this in another bathroom where the fixtures were white and we replaced toilet with a modern Gerber and it works great) The existing toilet is a 14" rough--and I could even live with a 12" rough tank and a shelf/enclousure built over the toilet to keep the wife happy--white or matching yellow tank would not matter to her as long as I kept seeking a yellow tank. Apparently Gerber makes a Citron Yellow 12" rough toilet--which in online pictures looks close to the fixtures I have, but I am not sure if the color will match, since I do not know the name of the color I have. If anyone can give any advice on determining the color, and if I could drop a tank on this existing bowl, would be greatly appreciated. Other creative solutions are welcome too. I would be able to provide photos if helpful in making an ID. Thanks in advance for advice.