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, "Bill" <w2blc@...> wrote:
> There is a picture of the Bunnell J-36 bug on the history page of J.H.
> Bunnell at: http://www.jhbunnell.com/bunnellcohistory.shtml
> Notice the different damper.
> When I was in the Air Force, way too many years ago, I knew one op that
> had a yellow standard. It was a high quality refinish job - not just a
> spray can quickie. The key had been a gift, but in the haze of the
> years I have forgotten why the yellow color.
> That being said, could this green (doesn't look green in the picture)
> have been a refinish job?
> Bill www.radiotelegraphy.net
I think it might be refinished. However, I saw one sell on ebay last
week from a guy in New Zeeland that had the same blue-green color. On
the bottom view of his bug the paint didn't cover everything and you
could see crackle black with a stamped logo or number that looked
military. I will try to post the image I grabbed from ebay to the
N4HNO folder. The grayish Bunnell in that folder looks alot like
mine, but I know many companies made them during the war. I thought I
read somewhere that Vibroplex employees sometimes had custom colors.