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Hello new member here I have been visiting site for some time now and recently Joined. I recently acquired a working AC 610. It is mechanically sound and all original. My question is the paint is faded and i would like to sand blast and repaint but before i do is there anywhere i can get the stickers for the hood and rear fender before i lose them to the sand blaster? Also any one know the pigment numbers or the name of the original colors? The body is Red right now and the deck is white snow plow is yellow. I would like to keep in the or as close to original colors as possible. Any help anyone would pride would be greatly appreciated.

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Go to the toolbar at the bottom of the top header and look at the drop down menu for "discussions". You will see one called "search the forums". Look there for "Paint", "paint color", and other like key words. Best bet is to just look in the "Talking Tractors" forum, you'll find plenty......

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