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The owner of this 02, who is distracted by their smartphone, is about to spill E85 all over the rear quarter panel just after the tank is full . . . . :)

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Chris A
---'73 2002tii Chamonix w/ flares, sunroof, 15x7s, LSD, Bilstein Sports w/ H&R springs, upgraded sway bars, E21 Recaros
---'86 Porsche 944 Turbo grey street/track car

---'81 Alfa Romeo GTV6 rescued from junkyard, Lemons Rally/"GT" car

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Most assuredly a non-stock 2002 color--looks like an early 60s Renault Dauphine blue.

 

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'91 Brillantrot 318is sunroof-Georg Friederich 
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4 hours ago, Mike Self said:

Most assuredly a non-stock 2002 color--looks like an early 60s Renault Dauphine blue.

 

mike

 

Yes, all joking aside, whatever graphic art intern or AI or combination thereof that generated the image likely chose colors that "pop" and contrast with each other, regardless of basis in fact.

 

It's up to us curmudgeon keyboard warriors to keep them honest :)

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Chris A
---'73 2002tii Chamonix w/ flares, sunroof, 15x7s, LSD, Bilstein Sports w/ H&R springs, upgraded sway bars, E21 Recaros
---'86 Porsche 944 Turbo grey street/track car

---'81 Alfa Romeo GTV6 rescued from junkyard, Lemons Rally/"GT" car

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