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1030 tom

11-06-2014 18:12:29




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I am going to rebuild and repaint my yellow 770 was many 770 painted white ,i always liked the white 70 ,s and should i go with power red or flambau on the body, whats everbodys opinion ,yellow or white , what fades the most, local guy power coates how would that look. tom chesnut in ky thinks for any opinons




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Bruce from Can.

11-07-2014 02:05:23




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 Re: 770 restore,questions in reply to 1030 tom, 11-06-2014 18:12:29  
Never a big fan of the white, stay with the original colour .



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caseman46

11-06-2014 19:55:03




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 Re: 770 restore,questions in reply to 1030 tom, 11-06-2014 18:12:29  
They're a few white 770's around painted after the fact by their owners or dealers to give them an updated look.. Case and David Brown combined in late 1972 or early 1973. I've seen a few 1973 tractors bearing a decal on the lower radiator side panels with both names. New colors for both line began to appear in late 1973 to begin 1974 with Power REd and Power White. After the merger, the first tractor to be eliminated was the 770. While the 770 never lasted into the white era, the 870Many people are unaware that the color change affected both companies. DB tractors were a chocolate brown color on the bottom and Orchid white on top. Case took on white and DB took on famous Case orange. DB owners at the time were probably stunned to learned a tractor named brown was going to be painted Power Red as each company gave up a historic color. If you want to be color correct then use Desert Sunset and Power Red.

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casenut1

11-06-2014 20:52:24




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 Re: 770 restore,questions in reply to caseman46, 11-06-2014 19:55:03  
To be correct wouldn't it be Desert Sunset and Flambeu Red.



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1370rod

11-06-2014 18:24:03




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 Re: 770 restore,questions in reply to 1030 tom, 11-06-2014 18:12:29  
I could be wrong but I do not think CASE made any white 770's. I would stick with the desert sunset and power red. They look good in those colors.



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