Correct Paint Finish on Z28 Fan Blades

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  1. younda

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    I just painted mine Sunday and I’ve been using this semi-flat krylon that was suggested on this site - i like the very low gloss of this - I’m not making a show car by any means
     
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    Next time I do mine I’m using semi-gloss rather than trim black.
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    Attached are 3 photos of my unrestored "late" 1973 or "early" 1974 Blazer 18 3/4" 7-blade flex-fan that is stamped "H 73" (Aug. 1973), "330632", and "PAT. 3,594,098" on each blade as well as "FRONT", "2D", and "P15374" on the center part. The blades on a 330632 fan are 3/8" longer than the blades on a 18" diameter 330533 fan.
    Dave

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