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dude
03-12-03, 23:21
thought id post this up so you guys realise that there is an allternative to a complete colour change , this UK (uhggggrhh) was the normal black , it is now ford Panther black , indoors or at night it looks no different but in the sun it is awesome , you could do the samr with red (go to say nightfire or inferno) white (pearl white ) the money saving is not having to remove doors etc and paint in the shuts , anyway decide for yourselves :thumbs:

Dude:flame Dev

dude
03-12-03, 23:23
:eek:

dude
03-12-03, 23:24
:baa:

dude
03-12-03, 23:27
:D

dude
03-12-03, 23:29
shite double post

dude
03-12-03, 23:30
:innocent:

dude
03-12-03, 23:31
:stupid:

dude
03-12-03, 23:32
:mad:

Gaz Walker
03-12-03, 23:54
Nice looking motor :)

dude
03-12-03, 23:57
Originally posted by Gaz Walker
Nice looking motor :)

Shame about its parentage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :p

Dude:flame Dev

Adam W
04-12-03, 08:26
This is exactly what I'm thinking of for the spring dude. Black -> nicer black! How much? :stupid:

Thorin
04-12-03, 08:46
Yeah looking very nice, shame it's a UK spec though, kind of a sheep in wolfs clothing :innocent:

Yeah how much Dude? :p

dude
04-12-03, 08:47
For a re-paint i normally bank on circca 1000 provided the car is not beaten to pieces , ++++++ paint of course , but that Panther black is very nice and not too expensive .

Dude:flame Dev

Steve W2
04-12-03, 09:12
Yeah I am a fan of subtle mods and for those of you who have seen my car I think it looks really cool working on this same principle.

My paint has coarser grain metallic in it which in dull conditions is not really noticable but when the sun is shining or its parked under a street light it sparkles like a Barbie make up kit!!:D

Defo a good like IMO, much better than tose bloody flip paints.:)

Looks even smoother ona J-Spec when the overall shape of th car isn't deforemd by black plastic horns (headlamp washers!!)

Adam W
04-12-03, 09:28
What I have at the moment is "Astral Black" or "Nightfire Black" or something (factory Toyota colour), it has fine burgundy flakes in it that only show up under direct sunlight and show up all the countours and edges of the bodywork, looks gorgeous. But it's a 15 year old paintjob (lots of scratches and chips, a few carpark door dings) and I'd like something *slightly* more noticeable but the same overall effect.

Dragonball
04-12-03, 10:18
Check out the website details and pics




:thumbs:

] http://www.mpaconsultancy.co.uk/miamirice/painting.asp

Terminator
04-12-03, 14:01
I guess it is OK if you like black:flame Dev

ChrisB
04-12-03, 14:06
whats the front bumper, it looks very nice:)

Dragonball
04-12-03, 15:19
Check out the Do Luck one


:thumbs:http://www.mpaconsultancy.co.uk/miamirice/bodystyling.asp

michael
04-12-03, 16:01
This is exactly the sort of thing I'm looking for, black with a little bit extra :)

Problem is I can't decide if I should add a kit, or just some wheels, or a kit and wheels... or just keep it as it is and go to the pub.... anyone want to give me 6000 so I can make my mind up?

So 1000 plus paint.... how much is a pot of black gloss and some glitter then?

Steve W2
04-12-03, 16:08
Originally posted by Paul E
Check out the Do Luck one


:thumbs:http://www.mpaconsultancy.co.uk/miamirice/bodystyling.asp

I do love that do luck bodykit!! If I had the cash I would deffoe get one. Maybe in the future.......:read:

dude
04-12-03, 21:03
Originally posted by ChrisB
whats the front bumper, it looks very nice:)

Bomex:cool:

Dude