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russb wa

01-24-2013 12:27:21

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Over the years, I have really warmed up to that early N Grey. I am not partial to the "paint police" though. I like to see some individualism, just the hippie in me, I guess.

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billy boy2

01-24-2013 14:57:51

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 Re: paint in reply to russb wa, 01-24-2013 12:27:21  
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Out of 5, none of mine are the right color. I'm going back to grey on the 9 &2s and grey /red on the 8s, but not correct by the book or anything. I just like to be driving down a backroad, seeing one sitting in the brush, and know what it is. I like the grey too. One 8n I bought was the light greyish tan and orange, and it looked good that way.

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russb wa

01-24-2013 15:21:07

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 Re: paint in reply to billy boy2, 01-24-2013 14:57:51  
I just have EvelyN, an 8N. They tried to hide her
age with blue paint. Every year or so I paint
something the "right" color. In a few years she
might look respectable.

The hard part will be stopping the oil leaks.
Around the oil filter and governor are the worst.

Edit: I meant Air Filter, stead of oil.
This post was edited by russb wa at 15:27:11 01/24/13.

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