What colour?

Darcar

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We’re now at the stage of painting.…
I was going to go for a wrap but after further thought we’ve decided to have Ellie sprayed in a solid colour, or maybe two tone?

My wife wants a grey/blue so that’s probably what we‘ll end up with. However I fancy some more “ in your face “ like bright yellow! orange! We’re both agreed NOT WHITE…
anyway it’s in the painters now being sanded and filled etc.. so we have to make the decision very soon…
any suggestions? Cheers.
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Millie Master

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Personally speaking I would only go for solid colours (far easier to touch up) and neutral colours as well with no in your face/brash colour schemes. So this would rule out any bright yellow/orange colours or indeed any bright colour schemes as they would surely date very quickly indeed?

So IMHO, keep it neutral and then apply some kind of clever vinyl graphics that will help to visually break up the slab sided aspect of the large flat panels of your truly amazing build.

Phil
 

Darcar

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Well the wife won… of course 🤷🏼😂 although I’m very happy with it.
They have done fantastic job in a week, picked it up this afternoon..
 

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Duckato

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My vote is bright!
Far safer on our plebiscite filled roads and Sulphur Yellow (RAL1016) does stealth ok as well!


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