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#1
Should I go with the original colour (Bright red) or go with Dark green poly?
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#2
Both good choices but I feel that will be up to you.
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#3
I am partial to Yellow and Black Big Grin , But Red sounds good

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#4
Their is allot of red Mustangs. Dark green looks good on these cars. Yellow and black looks the best my opinion.
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#5
I voted for green because I like it. Red is good too. There are a lot of great colors for these cars.

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#6
Make it yours!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#7
I've seen some sharp red with argent stripe cars.

Green is much more rare.

Its all what makes you happy.


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#8
I agree with all the advice above. Either color would be cool but you need to do it YOUR way. Afterall the only person you have to please is you (unless you're married).

Jeff T.

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#9
I voted "yes". It didn't specify which color was "yes", so I think that "yes" is a good answer.

But I echo what the others said: both colors are cool, but since you have to live with it you have to make the decision. I wrestled with the same issue for a couple months (burgundy or dark blue). After my wife got mad at me for being wishy-washy, I think I'm going with blue. For this week at least.

Steve



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sm3570;43439 Wrote:I voted "yes". It didn't specify which color was "yes", so I think that "yes" is a good answer.

But I echo what the others said: both colors are cool, but since you have to live with it you have to make the decision. I wrestled with the same issue for a couple months (burgundy or dark blue). After my wife got mad at me for being wishy-washy, I think I'm going with blue. For this week at least.

jejej.. did the same! Tongue YES to keep positive vibes arround :p Jeje...

My car should be bright red and i painted on Ivy glow because back then, i had the paint cans of Ivy glow laying arround my garage for another delayed project and virtually no money to buy the correct Red paint... So... Ivy glow was the choice Tongue

Everybody sais my green looks better than red... Asthetically i think that too most days, je!... But original colour is just original.... Today i would prefer have my car in its original colour...

If youhave some doubts, go with original...



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