WW GRANGER also has Glyptol and it is cheaper than
From: Steve Laifman <email@example.com>
To: Frank Marrone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, February 26, 1998 12:32 AM
Subject: Re: Rear axle color
>Frank Marrone wrote:
>> At 04:28 PM 2/25/98 +0000, Steve Laifman wrote:
>> >The "paint" is definitely "Glyptol", and this material is available.
>> Rustoleums' "Satin Redwood" color is also an excellent match to the rear
>> end center section color (maybe a superior match to the 30 year old
>> thanks to Chad for that tip. I ultimately did use the Gylptal from
>> Eastwood because I felt it would wear longer than the Rustoleum product.
>> Frank Marrone
>Good choice, and thanks for the "correct" spelling, and the source. I
>used the product since 1956, when it was on all the Atlas and Thor rocket
>motors produced at Rocketdyne. My memory isn't as long as it used to be,
>my spell checker could care less. Although Rustoleum makes a fine paint
>product, it was my recollection that Glyptal was a polymer with a great
>tenacity and could endure harsh environments. The bottom line proof might
>that my Tiger's rear end is 33 years old, and the "paint" is still good.
>the same could be said for my own bottom.
>Steve Laifman < One first kiss, >
>B9472289 < one first love, and >
> < one first win, is all >
> < you get in this life. >
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