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Mark G
03-27-2001, 12:51 PM
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Mark G
03-27-2001, 12:59 PM
The most accurate depiction of the color in these pics is seen in the pics from behind. Even those dont pick up on the teal that comes through with strong sunlight. <p>Overall, it's a pretty awful color for this car, and it makes it look like the entire car was molded from a cheap piece of plastic.

Jon
03-27-2001, 01:13 PM
The the one thing I noticed when I saw LSB in person was that, whether it looks light or dark, almost all of the pictures I have seen on the web don't show the green in it.<p>The color is very teal. It's actually not smurfy blue. It is definitely teal. In the shade it looks darker. In sunlight, it looks lighter. It always looks like a cross between blue and green. "Yuck," I say.<p>That aside, the car has an awesome presence. The body alterations and agressive stance really set it apart from the 330Ci.<p>-Jon<p><br><i><br>The most accurate depiction of the color in these pics is seen in the pics from behind. Even those dont pick up on the teal that comes through with strong sunlight. <p>Overall, it's a pretty awful color for this car, and it makes it look like the entire car was molded from a cheap piece of plastic.<p></i><br>

Mr. Grinch
03-27-2001, 08:05 PM
heh heh heh

Mark G
03-27-2001, 11:33 PM
Nice metallic colors, esp titanium silver, give the appearance of true metal. It's hard to tell that the parts arent made out metal unless you tap them. The LSB on the other hand, makes the metal look like plastic...not my idea of a flattery.<p>

Mr. Grinch
03-28-2001, 12:37 AM
I see what you mean now. <p>It's a shame that colors like Chrome Shadow or even Artic Silver will never be options for M3.<br>


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