Originally Posted by BraMas
I dont know the process of how that color green is applied at the facrory. But if your car is a tri color what you are seeing is the basecoat and it could be a really dark green and not black or if it is black maybe that is the color used to make the green pop once the other 2 coats are applied. If you look under the hood of almost all cars it will only be the base boat kinda a waste to clear under the hood for mass produced cars
No, my son has a 2002 Tropic Green GT and under the hood, inside the trunk, and all other places not normally visible are obviously the same green color as the exterior.
To the OP, go to www.etis.ford.com
, click on "Vehicle", and then enter your VIN. When you get the return there is a link on the right side of the page for more information about your car. It will tell you every single option your car was equipped from the factory with, including the interior and exterior colors.
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