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66GTKFB:
Glen's shade of Springtime yellow is a result of two local natural phenomea, the hot Texas sun bleaching the paint white, and the abrasive nature of the dry winds blowing in from West Texas.
Jim

Joe AZ 2 PA:

--- Quote from: 66GTKFB on December 16, 2010, 04:17:29 PM ---Glen's shade of Springtime yellow is a result of two local natural phenomea, the hot Texas sun bleaching the paint white, and the abrasive nature of the dry winds blowing in from West Texas.
Jim

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And I thought it was from all of the wax jobs. . . . .  8)

On a serious note I had the same issues when we lived in Phoenix, AZ.

Soaring:
Nah, I had the 65 repainted in '93 and it has spent most of its' life in the garage since then.  Springtime yellow is not a very bright/dark yellow. 

65springtime:
As far as I am concerned, springtime yellow is just the right tone of yellow. I agree with Glen, some of the newer yellows they come out with is just too much for my taste. But that is me. Glen, did you have the car repainted with base coat/clear coat?

Soaring:
Yes, I did. 

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