SSII correct Argent Gray Shade

Old October 10th, 2014, 05:00 PM
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Originally Posted by DocOldsW30 View Post
Silver Argent Gray...

There are obviously not many Summa *** Laudes on this website with the exception of Vader and other unmentionables...yes you are all protected

Bullshit only falls downhiil so fast yet so far...

Wow, speaking of no tone check, are you serious with this comment?

Edit: And if you did figure it out how about sharing the info doc sapentia

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Old October 20th, 2014, 09:37 AM
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Apologies

Sorry for that comment guys, was a little frustrated last week. Deleted this post as I do believe it was in bad taste. Lot's of good info on this site and will continue to contribute.

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Old April 9th, 2015, 03:33 PM
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Anyone have a close up picture of a correctly painted wheel and the paint code and brand to match the wheel?
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I have a complete set of 5 original wheels and the paint is pretty darn nice. I won't have a chance to get to the shop until next week sometime, but they are good to use as a source of what is correct. They are from a '72 and also have original trim that is near mint. If still needed, let me know and I'll do my best to get them out and take some detailed photos.
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Originally Posted by Dave Siltman View Post
I have a complete set of 5 original wheels and the paint is pretty darn nice. I won't have a chance to get to the shop until next week sometime, but they are good to use as a source of what is correct. They are from a '72 and also have original trim that is near mint. If still needed, let me know and I'll do my best to get them out and take some detailed photos.
I have a pretty good wheel for referance but not sure who makes the best match. I was wanting to avoid going to have the paint store match it. I was hoping I could just buy some and go if there is a known correct make for the correct color.
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When I painted the wheels on my '69, I used Fusicks, which came in an Eastwood labled can, at first I thought that it was too dark, but then I pulled my spare out of the trunk, it was spot on. That was a decade ago though, so it's hard to say if their paint still holds true.
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