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Black/JetBlack
59
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White/Carrara White
33
7.47%
Guards Red
15
3.39%
Yellow
4
0.90%
Graphite Blue
26
5.88%
Rhodium
5
1.13%
Sapphire Blue
19
4.30%
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25
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17.87%
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2.94%
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37
8.37%
Lava Orange
2
0.45%
Miami Blue
16
3.62%
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3.17%
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20
4.52%
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Old 02-22-2018, 07:21 PM
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I'm not a fan of Black wheels, but I have to say, your car looks stunning! Really like that look on the Touring.
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I'm not a fan of Black wheels, but I have to say, your car looks stunning! Really like that look on the Touring.
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Just put in my build for a1 black, silver trim and base wheels. Now I'm wondering if I should change to black/black/black with carbon trim like yours.
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Here are two more renderings we did for an Oak Green PTS Touring being built soon!


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Here is my touring Options: PCCB Full buckets Leatherdash black sticking Standard stereo Touring Black trim Silver wheels Carbon trim interior More pictures after PDI.
Wow, so clean and just perfect. Makes me think maybe I should have gone white
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White is easier to care for than any dark color. The easiest? Probably an off white. Would be interested for detailers to chime in.
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I can tell you I have a car that is in color very close to agate and I have never washed it in seven years and it looks reasonably clean whereas my black cars and my white car look dirty within seconds. Dark grey is the color of road grime I guess.
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^^^^So true. I have a gorgeous 2012 Orkney Grey full-sized Land Rover that always looks clean (except the wheels, which always look dirty). Huge plus.

Now the downside of a color such as this grey versus a black is that it doesn't look as great when actually clean. You know that feeling of total admiration after a bath...
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Here is my touring Options: PCCB Full buckets Leatherdash black sticking Standard stereo Touring Black trim Silver wheels Carbon trim interior More pictures after PDI.
KISS principle
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Here are two more renderings we did for an Oak Green PTS Touring being built soon!

Nice. Makes me excited for mine!
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For a second, I thought this had the elusive "Brand designation delete" option, only possible through CXX. Very clean - thanks for sharing & congrats.

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Here is my touring Options: PCCB Full buckets Leatherdash black sticking Standard stereo Touring Black trim Silver wheels Carbon trim interior More pictures after PDI.
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Now the downside of a color such as this grey versus a black is that it doesn't look as great when actually clean. You know that feeling of total admiration after a bath...
I think the DirtyVsClean variance of hard-to-keep-clean cars is often under-appreciated. As a black car slowly gets dirtier/dustier, you get used to it looking a certain way only to be blown away by its beauty again after it gets cleaned. You re-live that "getting a new car" feeling over and over again...
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Considering a black GT3RS
a pity black after few years fade way faster than any other color

same for paint chipping

maybe is there a specific wrap to avoid black fast aging?
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Originally Posted by fxz View Post
Considering a black GT3RS
a pity black after few years fade way faster than any other color

same for paint chipping

maybe is there a specific wrap to avoid black fast aging?
Any good PPF like SunTek or Xpel will help keep the paint looking its best for years to come. Get a ceramic coating on top of the wrap, and this rings even more true. I'm not aware of any clear films that offer UV protection, however. This is because not everybody wraps the entire vehicle, so they don't want the uncovered portions of paint to fade at different rates.
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Originally Posted by fxz
Considering a black GT3RS
a pity black after few years fade way faster than any other color

same for paint chipping

maybe is there a specific wrap to avoid black fast aging?
Don't leave the car parked in hot sun when you're not driving it and it'll look great for years and years. Nothing magic about black.
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Originally Posted by PTSRS
For a second, I thought this had the elusive "Brand designation delete" option, only possible through CXX. Very clean - thanks for sharing & congrats.
That comes in tandem with the wadded up paper "antenna" option!
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