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cast iron toy

08-13-2012 12:57:13

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I have an Allis IB that has Orange paint flaking off and is all Green underneath. I have seen pictures of Yellow one's on this site. Mine is a 1950. What should be the correct factory color? Thanks for your help.

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cast iron toy

08-13-2012 20:02:10

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 Re: IB factory color in reply to cast iron toy, 08-13-2012 12:57:13  
It looks more like a dark green military color. It's not a primer. Someone put a cheap orange over the top of it. Could it have been military?

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08-15-2012 17:56:40

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 Re: IB factory color in reply to cast iron toy, 08-13-2012 20:02:10  
yes,could be military. those would be olive drab or navy blue.

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08-13-2012 17:42:36

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 Re: IB factory color in reply to cast iron toy, 08-13-2012 12:57:13  
another thought, is the "green" look like JD color or could it be olive drab - military ?

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08-13-2012 17:40:24

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 Re: IB factory color in reply to cast iron toy, 08-13-2012 12:57:13  
most tractors were painted PO2 orange. The primer was a dirty yellow. If you bought the tractor for city, county, etc... you could order any color you wanted. NORMALLY the new color wss painted over the original orange. I think you would have to strip a few sections to get a good idea of what happened in the last 70 years.

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