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What if my car was white?

im thinkin of maybe paintin the ole bird white, with some kind of black and blue something on the outside....hmmm, what do you guys think? i kinda want to do somethin drastic, but it still has to match the fiberglass interior.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-01-2006, 04:59 PM
 
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I thought you were going to sell the car?
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there are to many white thunderbirds out there just my 2 cents

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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-01-2006, 05:27 PM
 
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Thats a question I ask myself everyday.........I see it in the face of every small child, In every cloud in the sky.

Naah.... I'm messin around......

But seriously, I think It'd look better in black.....
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I thought you were going to sell the car?
nah.
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I like the blue birds color. But I also like the white.
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I own two white birds......and they look great.....go white.....
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White is te win! Yeah

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the combination of said colors struck a theme in my mind, before even looking the pics of the car... white base color with blue lightning/electricity/or-flame with black shadow/highlights.

a black car.
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the combination of said colors struck a theme in my mind, before even looking the pics of the car... white base color with blue lightning/electricity/or-flame with black shadow/highlights.

thatd be pretty cool
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I really like the bird the color it is now; I wouldn't change it.
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The blue looks good... white is pretty common here too. Maybe a pearl white?
Black would look good too

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Resurrecting this thread...

My bird is white...I say go for a pearl or a custom job - especially that ride. I personally prefer two-tones on the birds.

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My bird is white...I say go for a pearl or a custom job - especially that ride. I personally prefer two-tones on the birds.

its at the shop right now getting painted. same color it was.
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brah, do a silver tone ghost flame...are you going with the same microflake or something a little coarser?




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