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CamGTS
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https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1349780

Postby CamGTS » 15 Jun 2021 20:55

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Postby Cobber » 16 Jun 2021 03:58

That looks lovely, mind you I'm rather partial to Triton green, I love in your face colours.
I happen to have 20 litres of 2K Holden Hot House green (very similar to Triton green) I may well tip it over my 20 shades of white TR :lol:
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Postby busheytrader » 16 Jun 2021 16:42

Modern cars are bought in various shades of white, silver, grey and black right now.

According to Classic Car dealers, the ones that sell well are the bright colours (except white)

My house must be the exception. 3 daily drivers on the drive, all bright red!

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Postby Cobber » 16 Jun 2021 20:07

Yeah I'm utterly bored shitless with the monochromatic hues of todays cars to make matters worse they are mostly stupid hideous SUVs with no real off road capabilities and little in the way of road holding abilities most of the damned things would roll over on a freshly mowed lawn!
The sooner the bloody awful things go off to the crusher the better! :lol:
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