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918 orange Z in NH/MA area??

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My 240 was originally 918 orange but was resprayed Ferrari red before I bought it. I want to change it back to the original orange but the paint in the engine compartment and interior don't look so exciting. It could be the fact that the car is soooooo red that the original orange looks boring against the red. I'm wondering if anyone in NH or Mass has a 918 orange Z I can look at in person. Any leads would be greatly appreciated! 

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Cliff, This is hands down my favorite Z color. I might strip my car down and paint it this color. Mine is currently stock the stock persimmon red 110 and while its not bad, the Orange is just amazing.


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57 minutes ago, Av8ferg said:

Cliff, This is hands down my favorite Z color. I might strip my car down and paint it this color. Mine is currently stock the stock persimmon red 110 and while its not bad, the Orange is just amazing.


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'70s cars should wear bellbottoms and stack shoes. Colors should be appropriate also. I like #112 yellow green too.

Thanks @Carl Beck

http://zhome.com/History/ZColorGallary/index.html

112Yellow2.jpg

 

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Those are some good looking cars- including the lime one!  Am I wrong to use the spare tire area as a location for the correct color?  It just looks pale there but the pics above don't look pale at all.  Perhaps one of you can take off a fender and ship it to me so I can take a closer look!😜

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Diseazd- FWIW my car was purchased in Newport News originally and lived in Williamsburg for a long time.  Still had rust though.....

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Here's my contribution to the 918 Anonymous club.  This paint job is about 2 years old and done in old skool acrylic enamel.

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Just beware of the photos verses seeing it in person. That color seems to vary so much depending on the light conditions of a photo. Incandescent verses florescent, sunny days verses clouds and shade.

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