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Kent
Paint is a challenge -- the original paint is no longer available, and most people have it custom-mixed based on a paint sample. You can search for "Allis paint" in the archives of these forums (use the Discussions >> Search the Forums option and select to search the archives) and see a whole lot of discussion on that issue. The correct color is shown on this page as #2, Old Yellow: http://simpletractors.com/parts/paint_codes.htm Decals are available from Wells Implement at: http://www.wellsimplement.com/lawn.htm I've tried other sources, but the Wells decals are the best and most complete. Here's my Big Ten with Wells decals... [img]http://simpletractors.com/images/johnny_box/bucket_down_small.jpg[/img]

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