Has anyone tried to use a Spitfire as a towbehind vehcile on a motorhome.
If so, what can I expect in the way of problems and how did you tow it,
tow-bar, car dollie, or trailer?
> From: Don Pikovnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Ken Gano/Geranium
> Date: Sunday, December 27, 1998 4:10 PM
> >Date: Sat, 26 Dec 1998 23:29:41 -0600
> >From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Gano, Ken)
> >Subject: sex, politics, religion and color
> >Having watched, and occasionally contributed to this list for a little
> >4 years, I feel justified in suggesting that color is another of hose
> >best not discussed in the officers mess.
> >While looking through some old material recently I noticed Triumph at
> >time offered a door casing (part #552884, among others) in a color
> >Well, for the life of me, I couldn't remember what a geranium looked
> >Never fear, it's December and the Gurney's catalog is next to the
> >A quick look revels two geraniums. One is a very red shade of purple.
> >other (called Johnson's Blue Geranium) is a definite blue with but the
> >slightest tint of red.
> >Well, which shade better describes what was used on our cars? Either
> >make a striking contrast color. I've heard some of the horror stories
> >regarding color combinations. I can only visualize geranium and yellow.
> >Ken Gano
> >downstate illinois
> >'59 TR3A TS57756L
> >'58 TR10 TBE9239LDLB
> When I started my color book project, I received some old Dockers color
> cards from John Twist at University Motors that had three of the rarest
> Triumph colors (IMO), Geranium, Ice Blue, and Olive Yellow. These of
> are paint colors, not trim.
> Geranium is red, quite a muddy version, almost a deep dirty pink, but red
> nonetheless. ICI has matched all three of these colors in a single layer
> urethane called "2K" and added the colors to their database. Admittedly,
> the match was done to an old color card, not an original sample, but I
> thought something was better than nothing.
> The colors can be mixed by any ICI supplier. I have the ICI paint codes
> the shop and can post them if anyone is interested. None of three colors
> floats my boat, but hey, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right?
> Yours truly,
> Don Pikovnik
> Coloramic Process, Inc.