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  • dansct444
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    Thanks to the fast work by Bob Johnston who located and forwarded the paint formula to me, it's now posted on the BCOIE Chapter website with the rest of the Ray-Lin pages. Thanks Bob, and Merry Christmas to all.

    http://studebakersocal.com/RayLin_Paint%20Formulas.htm

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  • dansct444
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    If anyone finds the list, please let me know and I'll add it to the webpage.

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  • 64V-K7
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    Originally posted by Dwain G. View Post
    What I DON'T see on the revised site is a list of modern paint formulas that Ray had amassed.
    I may have that...

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  • Dwain G.
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    What I DON'T see on the revised site is a list of modern paint formulas that Ray had amassed.

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    Ray has been active on Facebook, and still has several people looking for him.....

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  • dansct444
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    I believe he's fine and enjoying retirement. I'm just glad he allowed me to re-post his work. Dan

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  • rowan
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    How is Mr. Fitchorn doing? Ray is an amazing talent and I’m very grateful his work has been saved.

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  • Flashback
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    Thanks to all who had a part in getting this back to where we can get to it. I am in the process of putting on front sheet metal. This is a help to me right now!! I will be doing wind lace and headliner (maybe) by October. there is good info here on all this. Thanks, again

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  • New!!! Ray-Lin Restorations: Studebaker Technical Pages New!!!

    The Ray-Lin Restoration Studebaker Technical Pages are back on-line at Southern California's BCOIE Chapter's Website (Beach Cities, Orange, Inland Empire). Ray was gracious enough to allow our Chapter to post the contents of his old website on our site. Currently it is about 90% up and running. We're just waiting for a few more items to arrive. Sorry for the delay, I promised this sooner, but ran into some technical issues on the conversion. If you have any problems with the site, please let me know, thanks. Dan


    http://studebakersocal.com/RayLin_IndexPage.htm


    http://studebakersocal.com/BCOIE_TechSupport.htm
    Last edited by dansct444; 08-28-2019, 10:26 PM.
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