You would think that if they had spent all that money to be factory
"correct", they wouldn't worry about the fact that "chrome sells". For me,
I would be less likely to buy it now because it isn't factory "correct".
56 GMC Suburban/napco
> From: Advdesign1@aol.com
> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [oletrucks] How many colors were there - an update!
> Date: Thursday, June 17, 1999 3:26 AM
> << I'm going
> to try and contact the Danbury Mint research department to see what they
> used as a basis for their color selection, but this does agree with what
> believe I found in my stripping routine of the weekend. >>
> I did some consulting for Danbury's AD models. They find someone who
> has a 100 point truck and take pictures and notes. They farm the work
> a research / prototype company. when they did a 53 AD truck, I told them
> chrome was not available during the Korean war, and documented ti with
> factory lit. their reply was "chrome sells" so it was unauthentically on
> final version. I was mad as hell.
> Go by what you found at the bottom layer of paint as factory authentic.
> Bob ADler
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