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#1340107 Thu Jan 02 2020 04:58 PM
Joined: Mar 2019
Posts: 119
Based on the information I can find, the running boards for a '49 3104 were painted black regardless of the body color.

Is this correct?

Thanks for the confirmation.

TBUChevy #1340132 Thu Jan 02 2020 07:53 PM
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Black Baking Dulux is the color called out for them. A side note is that my salesman order books (1949 & 1950) have a provision for 2-tone or fleet color requests routed to the zone office. What that would mean is nearly anything was possible if requested through the proper channels.

TBUChevy #1340135 Thu Jan 02 2020 08:37 PM
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Hi Brad,

Thanks for the great information! It is also interesting that they had a published process to handle special color requests.


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