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Thread: Littlebit2, 1947 Wisconsin VF4 powering a Lincoln 200 Ampere Special welder, photos

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    Re: Littlebit2, 1947 Wisconsin VF4 powering a Lincoln 200 Ampere Special welder, pho

    Thank you Bob. The welder looks a bit red in these photos that's why I took a photo of the fenders for its trailer. They were out in the sun so they show the actual color. I think my lighting in the shop or my camera or both made the welder color look red in these photos. It actually looks the same as the fenders. I am looking for a exhaust spark arrestor for it. The original had disappeared decades ago and it had a can welded on it. I would like to find an original spark arrestor for it.

    Thanks again.

    Gary

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    Re: Littlebit2, 1947 Wisconsin VF4 powering a Lincoln 200 Ampere Special welder, pho

    If you have florescent lights in your shop, they'll mess with camera colors. Red and green tinters in a color are also the first to fade out, which will make a fresh paint job look slightly redder or greener than an aged one.
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    Re: Littlebit2, 1947 Wisconsin VF4 powering a Lincoln 200 Ampere Special welder, pho

    It could be the photo or paint takes time to turn the real color.
    I bet it was paint in shop.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    If you have florescent lights in your shop, they'll mess with camera colors. Red and green tinters in a color are also the first to fade out, which will make a fresh paint job look slightly redder or greener than an aged one.

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    Re: Littlebit2, 1947 Wisconsin VF4 powering a Lincoln 200 Ampere Special welder, pho

    Nice job! Do you have a paint manufacturer name / colour code for the Allis orange?

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    Re: Littlebit2, 1947 Wisconsin VF4 powering a Lincoln 200 Ampere Special welder, pho

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