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post war cub yellow?

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Apr 16, 2005
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hey guy, i've got a problem. i want to use a combination of stits polytone and areothane on my 1940 j-3 cub restoration. i know that "lockhaven yellow" would be correct but i prefer the post war "cub yellow." problem is, no one at stitts can tell me which of the three cub yellows it sells is the one i want. surely someone has broken this code, even though the paint manufacturer seems clueless. thanks.

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