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B-1 Color? (Not a paint question)

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After seeing MDB photos of his B-1 restoration, I was thinking of my B-1. What is the actual color of the B-1? Were they produced in two different colors? Couldn't find anything in a search, but all the photos of B-1's show the tractor as yellow. Mine is more of a light "butterscotch" color. It was repainted at one time, but the original(?) paint that shows up where the repaint has peeled, is also a butterscotch color, though a different shade than the repaint. Anyone know the story here? Pat

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Pat, John, I know what you mean, my B1 was also more of a "butterscotch" color, I think part of it is paint fade. The reason I painted mine the color I did is because I only want one shade of yellow paint to deal with. With a B1, late B10, and B110 plus any future aquasitions...;):D I chose to use the same color that I painted my Late B10 with, that way just one shade of yellow to keep on hand...:D8D

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