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Here is most of the front frame and parts painted and ready for assembling. I started this last fall and has been slow going. There is three different colors but I plan to paint the whole assembly again once put back together. [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/kismar/SimpClubPics/HP117.jpg[/IMG] This started out as a 3012V. I have a Vickers with a BGB I rebuilt ready to attach to it.

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Roy, The only piece that is really close to red is the support assy. Everything else, execpt some lift components, is real close to original color (custom color rustoleum). For the final coats I had some poppy red (Calypso Coral) mixed at the auto paint store. I have a paint chip page for my 72' Ranchero GT, I've been slowly redoing, and on that it is code 2A (Medium Coral). All of these are PPG/Ditzler code 60449 for enamel. I am hoping it's as close to original as I can get. Maybe later today I will update with an assembled picture.

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It's assembled except for some keys I have to get for the lift assy and steering. I will have to wait a week to final coat it and I need to fix a scratch I put on the tank. [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/kismar/SimpClubPics/HP120.jpg[/IMG] I need to start in the body tin now. Marty, This is our spare room since my son moved out. I caught enough grief from the Wife for this I can't imagine if it where our bed.

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