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  1. cranetruck

    The Skinny on 24087

    Had to complete the comparison. This is after everything is dry. Randy, it is a blast to drive, still haven't left my yard, but the power steering and auto trans plus the suspension gives me a feeling of floating across the bumps.
  2. cranetruck

    The Skinny on 24087

    Okay, the result from re-painting a small area a year later. Rattle can was used for everything. It started to rain, that's the reason for the cover and some of the differences.
  3. cranetruck

    The Skinny on 24087

    The Aervoe 997B (24084 Vietnam era OD) is relatively new, not generally listed or stocked, got my supply from Alan Haage in NJ. I'm very satisfied, the paint is also very hard and resists repeated walking on, like the top of the front bumper. I'll spray an area with fresh paint for comparison...
  4. cranetruck

    The Skinny on 24087

    My Aervoe 997B paintjob is now over a year old and it is still unfaded.... Perhaps rattlecan paint is formulated differently (that's what I use).
  5. cranetruck

    The Skinny on 24087

    Based on the above (posted a year ago or so), I started using Aervoe 997B (24084) for the '69 8x8 and it is almost a perfect match with the original color on the truck. Painting a part at a time they blend with the original....
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