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#818976 Mon Jan 23 2012 06:36 PM
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'Bolter
Looking to see photos of members' engines from various angles with correct factory colors, either original or restored:

1. 216 from '48
2. 235 from '55

Thank you.

Last edited by fonz8261; Tue Jan 24 2012 04:32 AM.
fonz8261 #819050 Mon Jan 23 2012 10:34 PM
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'Bolter
You've probably already seen this info. These are the B&W pics and documentation that I am using to paint the engine in my '54. Ordered the paint from the Filling Station today. Gonna try to paint the engine while it's in the truck.

"Features" doc and pic from Tim Lederman's site

Filling Station Dark Grey Engine Paint

Can someone point me toward the post where I got this pic?
Engine Plant Pic

The Assembly Manual for your trucks will show the correct location of the valve cover decal.

Suggest you peruse the albums of some of the frequent "pickey" Stovebolt posters. Some of them are pretty near factory specs.

There have been a gazillion posts on engine paint. The general consensus is that everything was painted the same color at once, except the bolt-on items: fan, gen and bracket, starter, distrib, coil, fuel pump, carb, lines, road draft tube, etc. Those items, if painted, are gloss or semi-gloss black.

Last edited by LonnieC; Tue Jan 24 2012 12:38 AM. Reason: Removed duplicate pictures

- Lonnie
My '54 3104
Photos that I have shared on Stovebolt via PhotoBucket are no longer available. Please contact me if you want a photo from an old post.
lonniecook [at] aol [dot] com. I sold my '54 3104 12/12/2017, but I still visit Stovebolt.

OLD STUFF ... houses, furniture, cars, wine ... I love it all

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