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The right colors for AC 180

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Eric (AL)

06-22-2003 12:04:52

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After reading all the discussions here on the variations in AC colors, I still need some help.
The 1968 tactor is Persian Orange #2?
The Argo dealer sold me a can of "Corporate Orange" for touch ups.
Does anyone have the Sherwin Williams or DuPont code or number for Persian Orange #2, the cream color on the grill and rims, the silver on back rims?

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Bill Hires

06-22-2003 14:53:41

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 Re: The right colors for AC 180 in reply to Eric (AL) , 06-22-2003 12:04:52  
DuPont # 2 Persian Orange code is 29047D(921090),PPG/Ditzler code is 60856. Dupont code for Tractor Ceam(Lite) is 29049D, or Cream YS385 KGF. PPG/Ditzler Cream(Beige) is 23056. They do not list an Allis Chalmers Silver, Case/IH Silver DuPont Silver Met code is K8857 ADU, or Anniversary Silver Met code is 43881 A

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Eric- AL

06-22-2003 15:25:05

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 Re: Re: The right colors for AC 180 in reply to Bill Hires, 06-22-2003 14:53:41  
Thanks Bill! I'm trying to save the painter the trouble since they usually do cars instead.

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