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  • Marie Mac
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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1950-...item564a04e61a

    Here's a 1950 two-tone paint job.....

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  • 52-fan
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    Lots of beautiful two tone 52 Starliners, but since the poster has a 51 I didn't include them in my reply. All of the Starliners look good regardless of paint choice.

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  • qsanford
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    My '52 Starliner was the first model to offer two toning from the factory in several years. That's why the original owner ordered it painted solid Rio Green! Go figure-

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  • kmac530
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    I thought sure it was 2 P's in striper...thatstill looks wrong after typing it....sorry. NO strippers for me other than PAINT stripper.

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  • Stewder Baker
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    Originally posted by Marie Mac View Post
    http://www.rodandcustommagazine.com/...int/index.html
    Here's a good article on painting cars I thought you might find helpful...
    Thanks for the link MM....great info. I'll keep you posted on color schemes.

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  • Marie Mac
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    http://www.rodandcustommagazine.com/...int/index.html
    Here's a good article on painting cars I thought you might find helpful...

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  • Marie Mac
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    Originally posted by Sdude View Post
    I agonized over this decision for years. I searched the internet for ideas and most of the two tone schemes that I liked were custom. The car was really not designed for two tone and I came to terms with that. What I decided to do was to keep it original looking (even though it is NOT original). As much money as I sunk into the car, I did not want to do something that may become outdated one day. I figured I could not do wrong keeping it the way it was originally built.

    It's your car, your money and your decision. Good luck with it. As long as you're happy with it, that's all that matters.
    I have to say that I really like your color choice...

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  • Marie Mac
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    Originally posted by Stewder Baker View Post
    First of all......thanks for all the responses, great gathering of nice people. In my mind's eye I envisioned the sides, fenders and the outsides of the trunk and rear end painted the factory light green......then for the nose, hood, roof an inner trunk a complimentary color, perhaps a light burgandy-mauve. I'm probably not the first person in 60+ years to have that vision. ( probably are very good reasons all bullet noses don't have this type of paint job), that being said, I'm absolutely thrilled with my aquisition and thankful to have found this forum for insane Studers.
    Just curious...how did you come to this color choice?...very unique...have you ever seen a car painted in this choice?

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  • Sdude
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    I agonized over this decision for years. I searched the internet for ideas and most of the two tone schemes that I liked were custom. The car was really not designed for two tone and I came to terms with that. What I decided to do was to keep it original looking (even though it is NOT original). As much money as I sunk into the car, I did not want to do something that may become outdated one day. I figured I could not do wrong keeping it the way it was originally built.

    It's your car, your money and your decision. Good luck with it. As long as you're happy with it, that's all that matters.

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  • Johnnywiffer
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    Originally posted by kmac530 View Post
    You do not have to be a pro stripper to get the idea...
    I knew a couple of pro strippers once and they got LOTS of ideas. Why, they could almost make that pole sing, the things they did on it--and to it....wait...uh, do you mean STRIPEr?

    Never mind....

    John

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  • kmac530
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    Welcome to the site SB.
    I do not have any pics to help you with, but what I do when I am trying to figure out a different paint scheme is I download some pics of a white or light colored car/truck/motorcycle and I use colored pens or pencils to try out my ideas and find a style I like. Print a few pics and some from all angles like pics from an ebay add and make sure your ideas line up from all angles.

    Once you have something you think will look good, buy some 1/4" masking tape and lay the lines out on your car to see if the lines themselves work in life size. You do not have to be a pro stripper to get the idea. If you find something you think will work then pic some colors you really like together. LISTEN to your paint store tech at this point. He mixes paint for a living and usually has a good eye for colors that will look good together. Remember there are only 3 real colors and everything else is some kind of a blend of those 3, so colors may seem like they would look good on paper, but in real life may not because of clashing primary colors. Often very minor color adjustments could make all of the difference. If you can afford it, have your paint store shoot a panel with the colors you select and look at them for a few days...look at them in the garage, in the sun, at night...from all angles. Once you find the colors....take it to a paint shop with the basic masking lines you laid out {do NOT leave masking tape on more than a day or 2} too show them what you want and go with it...post pics.

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  • Stewder Baker
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    Originally posted by nzstude View Post
    The first is a two tone. the second two you might not consider are two tone.



    thanks Wayne, pretty wild!!

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  • Stewder Baker
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    Originally posted by Marie Mac View Post
    This is exactly what I was talking about!...classy look!!!
    Marie

    http://ontario.kijiji.ca/c-cars-vehi...AdIdZ275188942
    you gotta love those starlights

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  • Stewder Baker
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    Originally posted by Marie Mac View Post
    http://www.cars-on-line.com/37215.html

    Here's a two tone 1950 Champ
    Cool....thanks. Love the windshield visor.

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  • Stewder Baker
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    Originally posted by 52-fan View Post
    I've seen a number of two tone 47-52 models, but I've never seen one that I thought looked better than a soild color in that body type. I guess that's why I can't find any pictures to post. Maybe you can find a color combination and pattern that changes my mind. There should be some two tone combinations in pictures from various meets that have been posted here and elsewhere.
    You might also google 1951 Studebaker and click on the result that says images for 51 Studebaker. You will find lots of pictures. You could also expand the same search to 47, 48, 49, 50, and 52 models and look at those since the body style is the same.
    First of all......thanks for all the responses, great gathering of nice people. In my mind's eye I envisioned the sides, fenders and the outsides of the trunk and rear end painted the factory light green......then for the nose, hood, roof an inner trunk a complimentary color, perhaps a light burgandy-mauve. I'm probably not the first person in 60+ years to have that vision. ( probably are very good reasons all bullet noses don't have this type of paint job), that being said, I'm absolutely thrilled with my aquisition and thankful to have found this forum for insane Studers.

    Leave a comment:

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