What wood 1991 Colony Park

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  1. mashaffer

    mashaffer New Member

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    The fall/winter projects on the recently acquired 1991 Colony Park (thanks Pat) will be related to getting the mechanicals as good as possible but in the spring I would like to tackle the cosmetics including removing the woodgrain and replacing it with a painted on grain.

    Any idea what wood they were simulating here? Color is slightly darker (kind of a reddish tint) than it appears in this photo.

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    mashaffer , rosewood sounds right looking at the timber grain shown are you able to take off a moulding and maybe see a non faded area . rosewood would look great on a dark coloured longroof :cheers:
     
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    JC Whitney has wall nut wood grain and it will match the original look of the car car. Twards the end of those great wagons Ford and Mercury used the same woodgrain.
     

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