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    03aspina


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    Hello all. I have been restoring my Scott Atwater 3845 1954 10 hp. Everything is going great, except for paint selection. I have 2 attachments I will post that show different paints for different years. These 2 websites have me confused as I do not know which paint to buy from REPROTINT. 1953-1956 on REPROTINT shows “loch lomond green “, while 2nd attachment from NYMARINE shows 1954 to be “metallic green”. This is messing me up and I am clueless. Any ideas guys? Thanks so much.

    Edit: The darker color “loch lomond green”, I believe, belongs to the older scott models such as the shift models for example the 1-12 shift. The lighter color “metallic green” I believe belongs to the bail-a matic year models.

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    #188515

    I have been looking for the correct paint for the 1947 Scott Atwater model 473. It is not “Loch Lomond Green”….

    As far as I can tell….that color does not appear on the charts posted here above.

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    03aspina


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    Seakaye, I agree on that for that 473. It is tough. I hope someone would chime in sometime soon so that I can purchase my paint. Might have to sacrifice 20 beans for a rattle can from reprotint to find out the right color. Scotts are real attractive once completed!

    bobw
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    #188683

    If all else fails, try calling Barry Ferrari at Reprotint paint and Peter McDowell at NY Marine and see if they can clarify their respective paint colors for you. I have found both of these gentlemen to be very helpful whenever I have had questions.

    Bob

    1954 Johnson CD-11
    1956 Johnson RD-18
    1958 Johnson QD-19
    1959 Johnson QD-20

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