That's the color I useApril 29 2012 at 7:25 AM
Rob Gronovius (Login rgronovius)
from IP address 126.96.36.199
Response to building the same kit now.....
and our vehicle shades almost always differed from a new vehicle that came factory freshly painted, or a vehicle recently repainted at the local paint booth to a vehicle that's been sitting in the sunny motor pool. After a lot of exposure to the sun, they all tend to fade to the same shade.
Factory paint seems more yellow, paint booth paint seems more tan/beige, sun exposed they both get sun bleached and you'd be hard pressed to determine at a quick glance if it was factory or paint booth. Closer inspection you can tell a repaint vs factory paint easily because of obvious telltale signs.
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