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Gary from Iowa

04-17-2010 18:22:24




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Brian - Back to the subject of paint for Model RC. I think we are saying the same thing unless I am missing something. I have a 1938 RC which has very little old paint left on it. It is the lite gray. I have removed some of the sheet medal and behind the dash is also lite gray which looks like the original paint to me. Am I missing something here?




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Gary from Iowa

04-18-2010 18:17:45




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 Re: Paging Brian in Ohio in reply to Gary from Iowa, 04-17-2010 18:22:24  
Brian - You did not upset me at all. I just wanted to make sure I was understanding what you stated. If I would have read Bill's question closer I would have seen that he was talking about a Model C not a Model RC. Oh well, I do have senior moments now and then. Trouble is they seem to come more frequent lately!!!



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Brian in Ohio

04-17-2010 18:50:29




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 Re: Paging Brian in Ohio in reply to Gary from Iowa, 04-17-2010 18:22:24  
Gary, I just didn't want to confuse Bill on his original question.

He was asking for the paint color for a Model C. What you were saying was CORRECT, but for an RC. I just wanted to make sure he could see the difference between the two colors.

Wasn't trying to knock you down. I'm sorry if it came across that way.



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