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From: Hank Dozier
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
Date: May 17, 2002
Paint colors for the 54 Dodge 241 was a sliver for the block/heads/intake/pan. The valve covers were also silver, but the "RED RAM" script and the RAM logo was painted scarlet red. The valley tappet chamber cover could be either silver or satin black (latter most likely). Same for the oil filler tube. Breather/Filler cap is satin black. Road draft tube is satin black. Generator brackets were silver. Oil bath air cleaner was satin black. Generator and PS pump were semi-gloss black. Closest silver paint with durability characteristics is the DUPLI-COLOR "Cast Coat Aluminum" paint.