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Originally posted by pacerman pacerman wrote:

Yep.  I thought it was alkyd enamel (cured by losing the solvents only) before the acrylic enamel (indicated by an "A" in the paint code was used.  Acrylic enamel cures by chemical crosslinking and I don't the the chemistry had been used in production until about the time AMC began using it.  Joe
 Your right it cure`s chemically and through evaporation of solvents
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