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Old 28-12-18, 09:03 PM   #1
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Hi can anyone tell me where I can get Classic Green from in the uk I can not get it shipped from the USA its for my 1940 john deere E 11/2hp . thanks for any help john .
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Google it and it comes up with loads of hits, a RAL No would help to get it from any paint supplier.

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Old 28-12-18, 10:23 PM   #3
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Hi can anyone tell me where I can get Classic Green from in the uk I can not get it shipped from the USA its for my 1940 john deere E 11/2hp . thanks for any help john .
Hi John,

John Deere green: VFLK07V7467 correspond with RAL 6010

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As I was logged into Ebay, this is the first hit, any good? - link

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Any good John Deere dealership will have the paint in stock, along with JD yellow as well.

Unless it's a different shade to the "NEW" equipment.
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thanks for your help I can not get a ral No I have the part number our local john deere dealer got that but not for sale in uk the colours changed in 1985 as this is as it came from the factory restoration with john deere cart I would like it to be correct
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Take a body panel to a paint supplier and they will do a scan of your colour.

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I would martin there was no paint left on it I have replaced almost all internal parts the mag cost 559 it was a basket case but it has been saved
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thanks for your help I can not get a ral No I have the part number our local john deere dealer got that but not for sale in uk the colours changed in 1985 as this is as it came from the factory restoration with john deere cart I would like it to be correct
Did the yellow that JD use also change in 1985 ? If so lighter or darker ?

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Searching the UK vintage tractor sites is more fruitful than searching JD engine paint. This job have a selection which may yield your requirements:

https://www.malpasonline.co.uk/Produ...e-models/Paint

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