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retirednohio
Greetings everyone,

I am hoping that someone can pass along information on where to locate a matching paint color for a Coleman 424 stove. The technical archives didn't list a source for the 424.

Any help will be much appreciated.

RetirednOhio  
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Chucker
Welcome 'Retired". 

In my opinion - they have been produced in at least 2 different colors over the years. The most recent color may even be a powder coat. There are many 'Hunter Green's" out there and would be a good place to start.

Sorry I didn't give you an exact rattle can but if you want exact you might take the stove to an auto parts store where they computer match paint and put it in a rattle can for you.  
Chuck
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retirednohio
Thanks Chuck for the reply and assistance.  I'll start with samples for Hunter's Green and see what I can find and run a paint test on some pop cans.  
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