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Please, who can tell me the correct colour of the red parts from the CSTL gas tank and also for the whole CS Disco Volante?

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I only have these Lechler codes, I hope they help-

Catalog Lechler made ​​to me years ago by a paint in which there are encodings that you carryover to the following: mv-agusta red light code 1960 8044 1958 code red mv-agusta 8001 mv-agusta red cod 1956 8055 1956 white cod mv-agusta 8074 mv-agusta ivory cod 8103 mv-agusta blue cod fair 8104 mv-agusta heavenly 8108 cod cod 8110 hazel mv-agusta mv-agusta gray stone cod 8113 mv-agusta 1950 blue cod 8114 chassis mv-agusta black anthracite metallic hello

According to the representative Lechler paint factory in Trieste:
Red MV post 1975
Lechler Paint BASES: CORRECTION: M 5000 70 048 25 MC 14 MC 010 MC 033 8

If I'm not mistaken they should be red colors used by Lecher for MV
MV 2 - RED - 1952-1956
MV 3A - BIANCO 91000 1955->
MV 1 - RED LIGHT 1958-1970 (Rosso Chiaro)
MV 1239 - 175 SPORT RED FLYING SAUCER 1956-1958

Lechler Paint (Germany) Code Numbers from the 1960's Catalog-

1950 MV Agusta Blue Code 8114
1956 MV Agusta Red Code 8055
1956 MV Agusta White Code 8074
1958 MV Agusta Red Code 8001
1960 MV Agusta Red (Light) Code 8044
???? MV Agusta Ivory Code 8103
???? MV Agusta Blue (Fair) Code 8104
???? MV Agusta Blue (Heavenly) Code 8108
???? MV Agusta Hazel Code 8110
???? MV Agusta Grey Stone Code 8113
???? MV Agusta Black Anthracite Metallic (Chassis)
 

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Thank you very much Brad. Certainly this will help very much. I hope I can post a picture soon, when the new tank has got its colours.
 

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Did this ever come to fruition?
 

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Did this ever come to fruition?
Good questions. But it will. Now I mad the wheels with new rims an spokes. The bottem end of the engine is fixed and I have to wait to get back the valve rockes from welding up. And the barrel has it's new piston. Most I have to learn is waiting, because lots of parts where missing and the rest was damaged.

But it will work, sometimes. It is a nice project. And it makes much fun to think about it.

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Alexander
 

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I have to agree that thinking about what to do in the restoration process of a vintage MV is certainly entertaining!
 
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