View single post by Steve Stephens
 Posted: Sat Sep 3rd, 2011 09:21 am
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Steve Stephens

Joined: Mon Nov 14th, 2005
Location: San Anselmo, California USA
I'd take the color in to try to match. Then you'd have to have it put in a spray can or be able to spray it yourself. My recollection of Charleston Green after seeing a fan painted with that color is that it was not a good match for a GE green. But I also think I've seen the color in the store and it looked like it might match. Photos can distort the color from the actual look. And remember that GE used at least three shade of green over the years. I don't think they had a name for their greens such as Hunter green or Pullman Green. Pullman green was not a definite color but came in various shades...just like GEs' greens.

You just have to end up with a color or shade that pleases you.