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Ralph Wilton

06-04-2013 22:02:36

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I am restoring my 1970 1070 I"ve got the chassis done and now working on the sheet metal. Anyway someone years ago someone painted it white I"m going back original that being said as I was cleaning off the old paint on the side panels I found gold paint in the right spots to be a golden demonstrator or a black knight it doesn"t have a cab I"ve been told that the seriel number will not tell this. Any ideas?

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06-05-2013 05:35:58

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 Re: 1070? in reply to Ralph Wilton, 06-04-2013 22:02:36  
Unless someone completely stripped the hood and front side panels you should find black as the first paint if it is a demo and the gold stripes were decals, not paint. Rod.

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06-05-2013 04:38:39

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 Re: 1070? in reply to Ralph Wilton, 06-04-2013 22:02:36  
If its a 1970 it would be a golden demo not a black knight. The build card would say if it was a demo tractor or not

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