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Post by wiltshire boy on Thu Sep 09 2010, 17:00

Does anybody know which brunswick green to use on a lister cd about 1933? The listers i see are too light.

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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 09 2010, 22:24

wiltshire boy wrote:Does anybody know which brunswick green to use on a lister cd about 1933? The listers i see are too light.

As far as I know it was Mid Brunswick green,

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Post by mike d on Sat Sep 11 2010, 14:08

hi..wiltshire boy..(don't know your christian name)

as Steve said it mid Brunswick green...

i get all my paint from stationary engine parts .com...
it enamel and the coverage is great...
gives a great finish as well...but i always get them shot blasted first then put on primer coats,then top coats...
takes a time,but worth it in the end...
that's the way i do it,some other people may do it different,its worked for me so far.

regards....mike.

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Post by mike d on Sat Sep 11 2010, 14:18

here is the link...

he has all sorts of colours for engines...

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Bright-red-high-temp-stationary-engine-enamel-/370323765558?pt=UK_BOI_FarmingEquipment_RL&hash=item5639043936

i know this is for red,but it gives you the details for you to contact him...

hope this helps....

regards........mike.

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Post by wiltshire boy on Sat Sep 11 2010, 14:38

Thanks Mike my christian name is Colin

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Post by RAB on Sun Sep 12 2010, 14:39

Hi Colin,

Have a look at the site below, that may give you an idea.

http://www.howardengineerium.co.uk/Paint-Colours.html

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Post by wiltshire boy on Sun Sep 12 2010, 16:53

Thanks Paul, that link was very helpful, should be able to crack on with getting engine ready for next years rallying, hope to be at The Great Dorset 2011, Colin.

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Post by mike d on Sun Sep 12 2010, 18:20

wiltshire boy wrote:Thanks Mike my christian name is Colin

hi colin...

hopr you get it sorted...

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