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Re: Model C Paint Code for Rims

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Steve in N.J.

02-07-2003 18:52:51

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It's funny how this wheel paint subject keeps coming up every once in a while. Whether your an author, or a novice, or an AC "guru" everyone has their own opinion about wheel paint schemes. I don't think anybody will ever know if there was actually some sort of direction that AC went with their wheel paint technics. It's like some of the GM classic car "purists" that come in my shop sometimes and start with their "well that's factory" stuff. When you ask one of the many folks who worked for GM or Ford on the assembly line during the 60's and ask them what was "factory" for that year or particular model, they look at ya like you left yer' other head home! Most of the time they'll say: "hey buddy, we had to build ex amount of automobiles a day". "How they came out, didn't matter, as long as we met the designated number for the day".... The author that Rod posted says the silver or galvanized wheels came out in the beginning of the 50's. I have a 48' B with the rear Galvanized wheels. Go figure..... LOL! Steve B.

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