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#1 posted 05-07-2019 09:51 PM

Regarding painting vintage machinery. If you can find something on the machine with the original paint in good condition, you can take it to Sherwin Williams and a number of other paint stores and they can scan the paint to match the color by computer. This has worked well for me. I always use oil-base enamel for painting machinery as it is very hard and wears well when it has properly cured for a few weeks.

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