Ok, well if we’re throwing out favorites,...I’d have to say this combo looks awfully James Bondian classy. Slate grey with red I believe.
And with the thru bumper exhausts...looks like it’s going a hundred MPH just sitting there.
Don’t think it would work as well on a non coupe car though.
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And when you say “tiger stripe silver” Adam,..that’s exactly what I’ve heard,..that that is one of the problems to watch out for with silver. It’s an issue with every paint really, due to the time that elapses between when the color is shot (and the pigment solids are in good suspension) and when it starts to fix. It’s in that small window where most of your issues crop up,...runs, drips, sheeting, fish eye, uniformity issues, etc. Some you can fix, some you can’t.
And BTW,..I think Silver is faster than Red.
I learned from the cars I painted that unless you can paint one car a month, you'll never get good. Everytime something goes wrong, and it's always something different, so impossible to get right, unless it becomes 2nd nature. But painting 1-2 cars a year will make for lots of headaches.
I painted one in slate a few years ago, it came out pretty good. Not sure what happened after, I sold it as a bare body to a guy.