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Re: Model 42 3 wheel Silver King

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01-29-2013 04:40:04

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There is really no right or wrong when it comes to painting the Silver Kings. A lot of them left the factor and they were not even Silver. The small company just kind of used what they could get their hands on at the time. However most that are restoring them now do use silver. As far as the red accents just do whatever you wish. I"ve seen a lot of differnt ways. here is a picture of what I cam up with.


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01-29-2013 04:44:48

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 Re: Model 42 3 wheel Silver King in reply to Jason1Pa, 01-29-2013 04:40:04  

First post didnt work. See if this one does

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01-30-2013 12:40:14

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 Re: Model 42 3 wheel Silver King in reply to Jason1Pa, 01-29-2013 04:44:48  
I see you painted your rims silver. The 38"rims I am working with were red and I painted them red this time. I scraped through several coats of paint and the last layer was red. Wondering if the factory had a plan or not.

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01-30-2013 13:22:42

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 Re: Model 42 3 wheel Silver King in reply to BobinMi., 01-30-2013 12:40:14  
I've seen old pictures of them and even old movies from the dealers and many of the rims were red. I just chose to do mine silver for the color contrast

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