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I'm thinking of using Sherwin Williams Sher-Kem paint on my 1985 312-8.

Does anyone used this paint, and do you have a color code match for the WH red

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Shynon and prondzy use it.

You might want to send them a message or maybe they will chime in.

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Sher Kem IH red, see pics in my post on 704 in restoration tab.

 

             Tom

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Sher-kem international red is the color name. F75rc7 is the sher-kem number. Its a stock color. to get a super smooth glossy finish we have found 3-4 coats need to be applied.

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