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  1. Thank You for your help I have posted our comments to the judges
  2. What color should my 1952 F1 be The serial # is F1R2EG14884 the color code on the glove box is N, and a stamp on the cab firewall is 77EGF1N200680P. I found that N stands for Vermillion (red) , but in taking the pickup apart, and stripping the paint there was no sign of red just green, even under the windshield rubber. My question is if I want to show this pickup , what color should it be, and if red is the answer how do you explain green. There seems to be some confusion on Ford truck paint codes. Some sources say that a paint code of "N" is Meadow Green. See link. Other sources
  3. The serial # is F1R2EG14884 the color code on the glove box is N, and a stamp on the cab firewall is 77EGF1N200680P. I found that N stands for Vermillion (red) , but in taking the pickup apart, and stripping the paint there was no sign of red just green, even under the windshield rubber. My question is if I want to show this pickup , what color should it be, and if red is the answer how do you explain green.
  4. Looking for passenger side sun vissor, and rear veiw mirror.Thanks George
  5. Yes, Its a 350 with 38000 original miles. George
  6. This camaro has a three speed transmission does this add to the value or subtract. Thanks George
  7. Thank you for your help.I want to paint this the correct color, and in my research I read some possible code changes for that year. I've had more findings for the color vermillion, and I think I'am going to go with vermillion. George
  8. I have a 1952 F-1 pickup that was built on March 20, 1952. The color code is N ( Vermillion ), but after taking every piece of rubber off it is still green. What color should I restore this pickup with? Thanks George
  9. What color should I restore my pickup, when the color code is N, which should be vermillion, but after taking all the rubber off it shows a green color? Thanks George
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