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Re: Is that the ... (archive)

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Posted by Marco on January 10, 1999 at 23:30:43:

In Reply to: Re: Is that the ... posted by Peter G. on January 09, 1999 at 17:03:12:

Oh really ! ?
Hard to tell from the picture.
Anyways, that's a very lasting color, it's what I had last time on the 5er; I am sure you'll enjoy it's color for many years. One advice, though, when my car was car-jacked and at the moments after that when I was giving out the descriptions to the police officers, the word "aspen silver" meant nothing to them. The best way to describe the color will be a silver color with a light purpleish glow; or simply, just "violet".

happy cruizng..

///Marco


: : I've been looking at the car's color, is that
: : the available 1999 Titanium silver? Looks very suave !

: It's Aspen Silver, which is a little darker and has a little more color in it than Titanium Silver. It looks a little bit brown/gold under flourescent lights (as in the Munich delivery center photos on my Web page), and a little purple in sunlight. At least to me. These tints are very light. Your spectral response curves may vary.

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