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Re: PC: Fwd: PC Green paint...
- Subject: Re: PC: Fwd: PC Green paint...
- From: "Steffan Forbes" <steffanf@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 02:29:44 GMT
Like the last person said... Scalecoat still makes this color under the
Scalecoat II name. It is called PC Green. Also, Model Flex makes PC Green.
This is, in my opinion, the best shade of PC green.
>From: Walt Gay <waltrail -AT- erols.com>
>Reply-To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>Subject: Re: PC: Fwd: PC Green paint...
>Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 21:19:16 -0500
> I use Scalecoat, they still male PC Green in their regular line. Polly
>Scale and Model Flex also make PC Green. BTW I've never seen it called
>Jerry Jordak wrote:
> > Hey gang,
> > Here's a question that came to me from one of my website visitors. Since
> > I haven't had my airbrush running in a couple of years, much less
> > much PC stuff lately, I really don't know the answer to this one. Can
> > anyone offer suggestions on how you paint *your* PC freight cars?
> > Bill Brisko (bbrisko -AT- plxtech.com) wrote:
> > > Question: Where in the hell can I get the Deep Water Green that I
> > > paint my rolling stock with? Years ago, Floquil used to sell it. But
> > > cannot find it now! I like Scalecoat paint, but don't see it there,
> > > either. Can I mix it from stock colors? Do you have a formulation?
> > > you help?
> > Also, please send me your responses, as well as to Bill, so I can add
> > this to the Frequently Asked Questions list on the website. Thanks.
> > Later,
> > -Jer
> > --
> > Jerry W. Jordak Time has little to do with infinity
> > mailto:email@example.com and jelly doughnuts.
> > http://prozac.cwru.edu/jer/ -- Thomas Magnum
> > Acts 16:31 <><
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