Engine color schemes
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I’m wondering if there’s a website that lists the traditional paint/primer colors for various engine components such as the block, manifolds, housings, tranny, bolts, and so on. It would also help if the paint was of a certain kind. I’m sure the exhaust manifold is in dire need of some serious high-temp paint. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
The Model A Restorer’s Club or the Model A Ford Club of America will provide you with a copy of the Restoration Guidelines and Restoration Guidelines. It spells out the engine and frame colors. It also explains Ford’s planning process. Anyone who owns a Model A would find it to be a wise investment.
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A color test chart and a sample image (original True color version follows) rendered with that palette (without dithering unless otherwise noted) are given for each specific palette. The test chart displays the red, green, and blue (RGB) primary colors, as well as the cyan, magenta, and yellow complementary colors, in complete 8-bit, 256-level detail, as well as a full 8-bit, 256-level grayscale. Intermediate color gradients (orange, yellow-green, green-cyan, blue-cyan, violet, and red-magenta) are also present, as well as a complete hue spectrum. Gamma correction is not applied to color maps.
How to properly spray paint (valve covers and engine
I’ve been thinking about my engine’s paint scheme, and I’ve been looking at a lot of pictures of engines in the build forums. To be honest, some engines don’t really appeal to me, even after cleaning and painting. Some, on the other hand, are extremely attractive and contribute significantly to the bike’s overall appearance. Engines may be painted in a variety of ways: blacked out, all silver, matching the color of the paint job, or a standard combination of black and chrome or polished aluminum. Variation after variation: painted tubes, blacked out heads, blacked out cylinders, painted heads, painted cases, polished cases Many are well-thought-out, but I’m still unsure what mine might look like, so I’d appreciate seeing a photo of yours. Demonstrate your engine to me – and the rest of the world!
Well, here’s mine, all silver, Kong (well kinda more grey than silver). My bike is still a work in progress; I had intended to paint it black first (as per Mick Jagger’s instructions) and then polish the crank covers, but I think I’ll save that color scheme for another bike. But I’m looking forward to this thread for some inspiration for my next project, haha lol.
Combine two colors, don’t mix, then spray!
It’s now up to me to determine which shop to send my motor to for machine work and which extras to add. I’m just searching for aesthetic suggestions. Although I prefer the AMC blue, basic black is difficult to beat. My GW is silver, and while the motor is being restored, I hope to have the engine bay finished. I’m going to keep the body color silver, but I’m not sure if I’ll change it slightly (metal flake, shade change etc). For accents, I’m thinking flat black – bumper, grill, rims, window trim, and so on. Please share any pictures you have of your motors! I’m undecided about whether I want finned black accents and leave the aluminum unpainted, or if I want to paint a color scheme on the valve covers, intake, and so on. Again, if anyone has any suggestions for modern silver colors, please share them!
Woody the Big – That’s a fantastic color combination, and one of my favorites (black and blue, baby!). I have to inquire as to the source of those valve covers. I can’t seem to find anything finned other than edelbrock and a couple of other styles that tend to be cheaper. Are those the $600 versions I saw on a website and instantly dismissed because of the price? Seeing the air cleaner setup makes me wonder if replacing the stock has an effect on the original’s efficiency and design – (note: being in New England, I dont drive the GW in the winter which eliminates the very cold starts). I really like how it looks.