Choosing a car colour

Old Jun 19th 2007, 9:00 am
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What colour is your car? What made you decide upon that colour?
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 9:18 am
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What colour is your car? What made you decide upon that colour?
It's black, and it looks good when it's clean, but that isn't very often. The dust here makes it dirty within a day.
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 9:20 am
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It's black, and it looks good when it's clean, but that isn't very often. The dust here makes it dirty within a day.
I know what you mean. My Pajero is black and looks great once Mr Eck polishes it up for me. I just don't see the point!
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dark gold with tan and black interior. it was a used car so didnt have choice
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What colour is your car? What made you decide upon that colour?
I havent got one anymore .......
You know that.......you started this thread on purpose ....

Next it will be what colour is your house......
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 9:29 am
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I havent got one anymore .......
You know that.......you started this thread on purpose ....

Next it will be what colour is your house......
bugger ... you sussed me out!!!
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dark gold with tan and black interior. it was a used car so didnt have choice
I have not see a mustang in that colour ... I think you need a re-spray!
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I havent got one anymore .......
You know that.......you started this thread on purpose ....

Next it will be what colour is your house......
never mind twinkle.. mine has been in the garage a year, and has now been declared dead
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I have not see a mustang in that colour ... I think you need a re-spray!
change of car more like...i'm shocked at you Inselaffen, thought you had better taste...

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I only ever had black cars until we came here, then the dealer persuaded us that black was a really bad idea for resale...he was clearly talking bollox, but i got as dark gray as i could. Would defo go for black next time...

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change of car more like...i'm shocked at you Inselaffen, thought you had better taste...

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You know what they say ... don't knock it til you've tried it

If only he had gone for the California Special
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You know what they say ... don't knock it til you've tried it

If only he had gone for the California Special
ohhh no...they always make me think of the boy-racer capri 3.0 Ghia in the UK, and that's not a good mental image...

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Old Jun 19th 2007, 9:44 am
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I only ever had black cars until we came here, then the dealer persuaded us that black was a really bad idea for resale...he was clearly talking bollox, but i got as dark gray as i could. Would defo go for black next time...

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I had dark grey in an MG .. was really nice. Thinkig of dark grey for the next car ... only cos it looks much cooler than black. All depends on the car I guess. I wouldn't have say a Pajero in any other colour than black.

According to the AA, the most popular car colour is blue ... yuk
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dark gold with tan and black interior. it was a used car so didnt have choice
that sounds ace!
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that sounds ace!
they really won't let him into the mustang club looking like that

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