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Case Green Paint

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Jim Voyles

11-05-2010 02:18:06

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Does anyone have a good Dupont paint code for the Dark Green Paint as used on the Case Steam Engines and implements? The Code I got from Richard Erb's book, "Full Steam Ahead", 066DH is not a valid code anymore according to my supplier.

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Will P

11-06-2010 12:13:52

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to Jim Voyles, 11-05-2010 02:18:06  
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Used Oliver Green for this.

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11-05-2010 14:17:15

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to Jim Voyles, 11-05-2010 02:18:06  
Jim the paint for Case green matches a color called Hunter Green very close.... BobV

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11-05-2010 06:54:39

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to Jim Voyles, 11-05-2010 02:18:06  
The dark Green I use is simply Oliver green. I have seen 99L8748(NAPA), and 40249(PPG)listed as Case green. Maybe your supplier can cross it from those numbers.

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11-05-2010 09:37:45

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to jay-eye-see, 11-05-2010 06:54:39  
The 40249 should cross to DuPont # 5800. The book I have lists 4 different greens so it is hard to know which is correct. Lee

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Jim Voyles

11-05-2010 07:49:58

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to jay-eye-see, 11-05-2010 06:54:39  
Thanks, for some reason they cannot cross numbers for me. I'll try the Oliver green.

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oliver fan

11-05-2010 08:27:58

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to Jim Voyles, 11-05-2010 07:49:58  
Jim, just a word of caution.

I think anytime someone talks about using Oliver green, they are talking about the old Oliver greem. The meadow green that Oliver started using in about 1953 and used up 1975 would not be correct.

The old oliver green is simular to New Idea green, but a little lighter. Van Sickle paint company has the old green in spray cans as well as quarts and gallons. If you can get a spray can it would give you an idea as to what I am talking about.

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11-05-2010 08:55:06

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to oliver fan, 11-05-2010 08:27:58  
Is it correct to say that the old Oliver green is a lighter green than the new?

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oliver fan

11-05-2010 08:58:42

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 Re: Case Green Paint in reply to SDLars, 11-05-2010 08:55:06  
No, just the opposite. The new green ts lighter than the old green.

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