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Re: Persian Orange 1 or 2?

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Ken/Wa

08-13-2002 22:11:56




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I hope this link works. Rod went to alot of work posting this. Shows the difference. I will e-mail the link if this does not work. Ken/wa




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Ken/Wa

08-13-2002 22:19:05




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 Re: Re: Persian Orange 1 or 2? in reply to Ken/Wa, 08-13-2002 22:11:56  
Try it again!



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Rod (NH)

08-14-2002 08:01:02




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 Re: Re: Re: Persian Orange 1 or 2? in reply to Ken/Wa, 08-13-2002 22:19:05  
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Hi Ken,

Is this what you are trying to link to?

Here is a sample of the two PPG "persian oranges". PPG does not make a distinction as to "#1" or "#2". The 60080 is closest to "#1", so called. The "#2" has more red in it. The sample part is the lower V-belt guard from my '42 B belly mount sickle mower. The original paint in the middle was scuffed with 400 grit paper to clean the old surface and try to show the original color as best as possible. You will note that the lighting makes a noticeable difference in the perceived shade, even across the same sample. Both the PPG numbers are OMNI acrylic enamel.

Rod

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John P. Martine

04-16-2003 05:35:43




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Persian Orange 1 or 2? in reply to Rod (NH), 08-14-2002 08:01:02  
Send me the name of the place and their phone number where you got that paint sample matched for you Allis B. I'm preparing to move to the painting phase of my '39 Allis B. What primer did you use. Any advise you want to pass along. Were to satisfied with the end product? What kind of $$$ went into just he painting and the metal preparations? --JPM from Highlands Texas, just east of Houston.

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tim elliott

08-26-2002 17:29:20




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Persian Orange 1 or 2? in reply to Rod (NH), 08-14-2002 08:01:02  
A few years back when restoring a real decent B I took a rear axle housing on the under side that was caked with oil/dirt. when cleaned looked like it was new. I had the part computer matched at a PPG. paint dealer in Toledo, Oh. (painters supply) maybe they still have it on file. Problems/questions e-mail me.



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