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For some reason I think you should go with the 1970 color "Medium Lime Metallic" with the corresponding black matte stripes. You clear coat the Med Lime and satin finish the matte black. Then, and only then will you be "special" lol
2006 Red Fire GT Convertible.
1970 Medium Lime Metallic Mach 1
1997 Pacific green/silver F 150 ext cab 4x4
2002 Navy Blue Escape 4x4
2009 Smokestone Mercury Milan Premier
How about a silver with blue metal flake or pearl? You may be able to mix up a blue-silver hue. No use limiting yourself to factory colors. The silver Mach's in the '71-'73 body style are stunning. I at least do the Mach stripes on the rockers and hood.
Med lime grn met was my original color, but by the time I got the car in 89', it was blue, primer gray and rust (not the color, actual rust). I really like the emerald green of the 90's honda del sol myself.
69Mach1 - warmed up 395W (AFR 185s) and Gforce T5 with hydraulic clutch, 3.50:1 posi, rack&pinion/tilt, 235/50ZR17x8 front & 285/40ZR18x9 rear, American Racing Nova wheels, all MSD, Holley 750, custom paint, headlight relays, Shelby drop & 2" lower all around, Hotwheels Redline scale is 1 to 1. http://photobucket.com/albums/v618/danaranda/69stang
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