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Blasphemy or not?

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Rob john

06-19-2020 10:52:45




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When you say Deere I think green, IH=red, Farmall=red, AC=orange so...

I have an AC i400 its yellow...I have seen them online in mostly yellow and I have seen a few in orange...I know it's "my tractor" and "I can do what I want" but would it be wrong to repaint this "Case yellow" tractor Allis Chalmers Orange... Did they really come in orange (it also has an AC I400 loader on it) or have the examples I have seem just been repainted and are not really "historically accurate"

any input would be great

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4wdtom

06-20-2020 05:07:47




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 Re: Blasphemy or not? in reply to Rob john, 06-19-2020 10:52:45  
Even farm tractors that were purchased by towns or counties were painted yellow if that's what the customer wanted. Bs with a sickle bar mower were common to mow along the side of roads.



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Traditional Farmer

06-19-2020 22:38:13




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 Re: Blasphemy or not? in reply to Rob john, 06-19-2020 10:52:45  
I have an I600 its AC yellow shows no signs of ever have been orange,most all the industrial AC equipment I have seen was yellow.



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Ted in NE-OH

06-19-2020 16:28:23




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 Re: Blasphemy or not? in reply to Rob john, 06-19-2020 10:52:45  
The color of yellow i painted my I 400 was New Holland yellow. I think AC painted tractors the color of yellow that the buyer specified.



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DrAllis

06-19-2020 15:13:19




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 Re: Blasphemy or not? in reply to Rob john, 06-19-2020 10:52:45  
A great percentage of "construction" equipment got painted yellow. Nothing unique or special about that. Some was also painted orange. Just depended on how it was ordered from the Factory as they could be had either way.



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Rob john

06-19-2020 15:36:32




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 Re: Blasphemy or not? in reply to DrAllis, 06-19-2020 15:13:19  
Thanks Dr Allis...i think this may become AC Persian Orange



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Ralphwd45

06-20-2020 00:56:59




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 Re: Blasphemy or not? in reply to Rob john, 06-19-2020 15:36:32  
Try prarie gold, and blow everyones mind. However I normally am a Persian orange, type of guy.



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