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scotter66
Hi Could some one tell me if there was a different paint color for a 1967 707 broadmoor from a 1973 738 broadmoor the 707 seams more orange than the other i would like to paint the right color if some one could tell me the color code Thanks, Scott

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shanhamm
i contacted simplicity just recently looking for paint, and they gave me two part numbers that you can get from the simplicity dealer. 120z spray bomb 1685589 quart 1685591 they don't have color codes shanon

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shanhamm
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Originally posted by UCD
That is the New color He wants thev older colors. There is a difference.
that was the color code for that time era simplicity gave me, i havn't checked it out so i didn't know sorry.

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UCD
The last I knew the only color available was the newest one I could be wrong. It was changed in 1985 and again in 1988. I have no info on changes before 1985 but there were some 1988 Service Bulletin Paint Change

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dirtsaver
Maynard the info you have matches what we have at the dealership. Those numbers are for the newer equipment like my 17GTH. There is no factory match paint available for units older than 1988. I looked through some old paperwork in our parts dept. but never found any info on paint codes/chips for the older units.

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shanhamm
the lady from simplicity did say powder orange, and i see your letter said there was a differance from classic orange and powder orange, or a change i might say, maynard you may be right, like i said that was the information simplicity gave me. and you would know more than i would. shanon

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