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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Quote Originally Posted by Boy View Post
    And, I'd imagine, to make them look more attractive in our colorful world.
    Sure.
    If you picked a color for this car, what would it be?
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    I love the teal one but burgundy perhaps?

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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Here are alterations with the colors displayed in accordance with Wikipedia's Hex numerals for the colors you mentioned. Also, I added a lighter version of "teal", as the original seemed so dark.
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Will you look at that! I love the burgundy one!

    I thought the color you used in post #8 was teal but, upon closer look, it's more of a grayish blue. To be honest teal is too flashy.

 

 

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