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    Quote Originally Posted by 73case View Post
    Ok I Polish the paint around the Massey Ferguson paint and it is little bit too dark. And here is Another picture of it.
    Yeah, its not even in the same family of color.

    As Dundee said, Power Red is really a slightly reddish orange.

    If you like, I did my best at some rattle can color testing here.

    https://casecoltingersoll.com/showth...ighlight=Allis

    I've since decided that I don't like Lobster Red. Too orange.

    I like the the Duplicolor, Chevy Engine Red better, though there is another couple I want to try, just in case.

    I like their spray much better than Rustoleum too. More fan like, than cone shaped and they dry, lots faster as well.

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    Sorry, this is the thread I meant to post.

    https://casecoltingersoll.com/showth...ighlight=Chevy
    Last edited by dave1mn2; 05-29-2020 at 10:44 AM.

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    Is this another name for power red? https://www.tractorpartsasap.com/cas...nt-101106.html

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    Paint Color Chart Ingersoll & Case IH.jpg
    For a temporary fix I have also used Ace Hardware brand Allis Chalmers Orange spray can - it is close, not perfect, but for an attachment - OK.
    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1mn2 View Post
    Hard to tell in that pic.

    The history section, talks about Power Red starting in 1969 but for sure by 77.
    What page is that quoted on, Dave? About 1969....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbadman View Post
    What page is that quoted on, Dave? About 1969....
    Case 100/200/400 Lawn and Garden Tractors – The Desert Sunset and Power Red Years.

    The 1969 year ushered in a complete make-over for J. I. Case. The "CASE POWER" era began and the Garden Tractor line was totally redesigned plus a Lawn Tractor was introduced for the first time.


    https://casecoltingersoll.com/history.php

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    Ok, I remember this now about the Flambeau paint fade complaint....I worked for Case 1973-75. The upgraded red was indeed used onwards in the 70's series ag's. and LGTs. When DB and Case merged their lines in paint color that was 75, and the upgraded red become more popularly known as power red, and desert sun was gone, to be replaced by power white.
    Power red is always power red when it's Case. The McCormick red a significantly redder shade. A few years back I found the Lobster Red Rustoleum at Lowes, only to be dropped but still avail online. I see you mentioned it in a previous thread. Chevy Orange also a close match. Its all according to the eye one is pleasing. Personally, nothing matches Power red exactly except power red. But to the user unbeknown to the story, any of the close matches work.

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    Ironguard Power red with hardener is some of the best machinery enamel I have ever used. Very tough, nice gloss, easy to apply with a decent gun, and very affordable. Heck, the reducer and hardener costs more than the paint but goes a long ways! Do your self a favor and just get the good stuff that will last for years!

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    power red and desert sand are the colours i used and both i got from the case dealer.

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    Here is another test one

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