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1938 Allis B

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Jan Ferreira

11-08-2002 04:35:44




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Are the wheels on a 1938 Allis-B (serial 6319) black,orange or silver.The hubs are castings, with seperate outer rims.

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Jan.

P.S. Mine has no electrics either.




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steve

11-08-2002 16:03:58




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 Re: 1938 Allis B in reply to Jan Ferreira, 11-08-2002 04:35:44  
the front rims and hub are orange. the rear cast hub on the axle are orange, the rear rim is galvanized, which is now aluminum or silver as the guys said.



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Rod (NH)

11-08-2002 08:18:02




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 Re: 1938 Allis B in reply to Jan Ferreira, 11-08-2002 04:35:44  
Hi Jan,

Check out the link below. Scroll down until you get to "Color".

In the end though it should be whatever you personally prefer.

Rod



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Steve in N.J.

11-08-2002 06:30:55




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 Re: 1938 Allis B in reply to Jan Ferreira, 11-08-2002 04:35:44  
Jan,
According to some of my AC books, the early B's could have had a number of different paint schemes on the wheels. I have a 48' B, and once I got the grime off of the rims, they were galvanized which again, according to some of the data books I have would have been correct for that period. The center hub on mine was orange, which I repainted the same. Like Justin, I repainted my rear wheels & used a Stainless Steel paint by Rustoleum from Home Depot. It was real close to the galvanized color. I then dusted a coat of clear enamel over them. The clear give's em' a nice satin finish again with just a little sheen. I think they look pretty nice. But, like Justin said, do what you like the best. Enjoy! Steve B.

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Justin

11-08-2002 04:44:03




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 Re: 1938 Allis B in reply to Jan Ferreira, 11-08-2002 04:35:44  
Hello, as far as I have ever been told they were originially all orange rims and hub caps. Most people now a days paint them either silver or black for cosmetic looks. If you have atractor thats' going to go to high ranking shows etc then I would paint it orange but if not then do whatever looks th best to you. What I did with my lil B was I painted th ehub caps orange, black on the nuts and bolts. and a high glossy metallics silver which I got at Lowes. It is liek a Satin type of spray paint! Incredible paint one coat loked unbelievable still did not even finish the can on all 4 wheels.

Good luck!
Justin

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