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Re: Paint code: Black Hawk planter from early 1940's

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12-07-2012 19:20:07

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The code I have is a PPG Delstar number. DAR44616. They were made by the Black Hawk Cultivator company in Bellevue Ohio. I don't know about the early ones, but if I know on the later ones on the right side of the main frame rail the year was stamped.

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J. Schwiebert

12-08-2012 03:57:46

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 Re: Paint code: Black Hawk planter from early 1940's in reply to Matt_In, 12-07-2012 19:20:07  
I want to thank you both for that information. It is not a corn planter per say. It is a single unit run by an electric motor that probably was used to demonstrate the finer points of the Black Hawk planter. I did some free vounteer work for the local ag department and got it for my payment several years ago. It was made by Ohio Cultivator in Bellevue. A man sent me a picture of one that is like this one except this one does not have the press wheel. The magazine was dated 1940.

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12-08-2012 16:22:13

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 Re: Paint code: Black Hawk planter from early 1940's in reply to J. Schwiebert, 12-08-2012 03:57:46  
I gave you the code for the green. I would think Co-op orange would be close enough for the orange. I have seen one of those before. If you have what I think you have, they were used to check plates to make sure you were using the correct plate for the see you were using. John Deere I know had something similar.

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J. Schwiebert

12-09-2012 05:07:50

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 Re: Paint code: Black Hawk planter from early 1940's in reply to Matt_In, 12-08-2012 16:22:13  
There is NO green paint on the unit, except for one small dent in the seed box I though about not painting it, but I need to remove that dent.

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