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Old 08-18-2010, 11:05 PM
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I love the snot green color on the dents.
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Mine is a different shade of green, If you stair at it of .....I don't know 4 or 5 hours you can see the green.
But to all of you who aren't driving a huge traffic cone; My hats off to you you all have very nice original old trucks. I like them I like them alot. Very nice job!
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My old truck:
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What it used to look like:
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By the way, I LOVE green! My old truck was repainted using rustoleum hunter green gloss.
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Mine is a different shade of green, If you stair at it of .....I don't know 4 or 5 hours you can see the green.
But to all of you who aren't driving a huge traffic cone; My hats off to you you all have very nice original old trucks. I like them I like them alot. Very nice job!
I just painted my crew cab allis orange. My boy calls it the great pumpkin
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I just painted my crew cab allis orange. My boy calls it the great pumpkin
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I too love green! I want to paint my truck green, but I still can't decide on a colour scheme to do!

My current truck is tu-tone green and teal (just as shown in a few pictures 79 put up).

I would love to copy what Blown331 is doing to his truck though. It's friggen awesome. Nice, masculine and very clean look.
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wow, thanks for sharing those pics....makes me want to start another project...wait I better finish my first project first
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Not a dentside, but it's flat military green.

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Mines in my sig pic or you can click on my screen name for about 30 pictures including some from before and during paint.
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Here is my non-dentside offering of military green. I did however have to give it a little shine.
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Yes! Green is a Great color. I just painted my bike green. It is something we made up with a few different left over paints.

I am thinking about it. Now that I have my large orange beast I have seen freshly painted jeeps, newer trucks, car, suzuki samari and they are all really close to my color. Time for a change; I don't see any green ones. I really like the way Ryan (Blown 331 looks)
Ryan is that the stock color? Would you happen to have the paint code for it?
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I guess it doesn't really matter, but it is nice to know that there's a bunch that love green. It always seems like people are changing FROM green, not to it.
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