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I am getting ready to paint the dash on my 64 landlord that I am restoring but I am not doing the dash in black as original. I prefer the tractors with the white dash so I wont be able to use the white Simplicity decals on the sides of the dash. I was thinking I would put the white Simplicity decals on the sides of the hood in the same place as a 66 Landlord 101. I am also going to paint the upper grill white to match the lower and the dash. Thoughts on this? I just dont care for the black dash. And, I cant really go and put a 101 on the hood because the 64 seems to have certain things that make it a 64 so I dont want to fool with it too much. Let me know thoughts. Thanks Bob

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