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Progress photos of restoring a Monarch Series 61 Lathe

reds

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Could someone tell me what the pinkish coating is on the lathe? Is it a type body putty?
 

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reds link=topic=353.msg1160#msg1160 date=1290863912 said:
Could someone tell me what the pinkish coating is on the lathe? Is it a type body putty?
I think its just a autobody glazing compound used after the body putty as in a car project to fill in the minor pits. Here is a good pic of it on his hands and there are two tubes of it in another pic but i can't read the writing...Bob

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Wow, that Monarch Lathe is a work of art! Absolutely beautiful! Mr Lindsay sure did a nice job. I've run one of those Monarchs, and they are as nice to use as they are to look at.

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Very nice machine and a great job on the restoration of the finish.

Old thread I know but I just ran across it.

Regards.

Bob
 

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Same here. Nice job. Wish there was some narrative with the pictures.
 
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