Car Colors Go Retro: Bronze Is the New Black
A new report predicts earth tones such as brown, copper and bronze, along with blue and green, will soon dominate our roads.
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What irks me about the cars today are the choices of interior colors, most are black, dark grey, or tan, and that's it. I know it's cost effective to have less choices, but they're bland, bland, bland.
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WHAT THE HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! some "woman offering" a dating service on a plainly marked car question??????????. who in the world monitors this site? old colors are cool, as are the current new colors. if you're restoring a car and want to choose a new modern color more power to ya. of course it doesn't really matter unless you're only here to look for a date!
Not sure if I agree... It's not that difficult to find an old, "beater" car from the 50's or even the 60's with a decent coat of paint still on it. However, the newer cars - after 8 to 10 years have skin cancer - flakes of clear coat leaving a trail of confetti following them down the highway. Lots of them have no paint left at all... rust on the roof, hood and trunk.
The old enamel paints seemed to last forever.
I would buy a copper colored car in a heart beat, if nothing else as a salute to the copper colored Camaros and Cuda's of my youth. I now own a dark blue ink Fusion and a lava red Mustang, its fun to watch men in the parking lot drolling over the lava red Mustang. :O)
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