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June 10 2017 at 11:30 AM
M. Gallagher  (Login mglgr)
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Response to Two observations

You make some good points. It's very hard to explain the oversprayed green and brown paint where the fender hinges would have been. These spots should appear as a primer color, or at least differ from the sprayed blotches around them. If the paint was applied after the fender and hinges were missing, we wouldn't see the hard demarcation where the fender was. This is very curious, might be the most sophisticated colorizing I've seen.

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