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Black interior hides all the details (archive)

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Posted by Rodrick on February 21, 1999 at 04:05:54:

In Reply to: Color question posted by Future 328 on February 20, 1999 at 13:15:33:

IMHO dark colors like black hide the details such as lines and curves of the dash, seats and door panels. This is also true with exterior colors. If a car has detailed bodywork, such as an aero package, darker colors hide the detail and beauty of the spoilers and aero pieces while lighter colors bring them out. The lighter interiors like gray or sand not only show more details of the design, but they also look less boring because they have the two-tone color combination. With black interiors EVERYTHING is black. Personally I prefer white exterior with gray interior and brushed aluminum interior trim. If you don't like the gray then get the sand, but not the black. Whatever combination you decide on, make sure you can live with it for a long time and won't get tired of it soon. Good Luck!


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