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post #10816 of 14199
Blu Abu Dhabi is best:

post #10817 of 14199
i'd fuck with that, still prefer black though.

Unfortunate about no manual though, god i hate automatics.
post #10818 of 14199
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post



all i keep thinking is: that would be awesome in ferrari red.

A Ferrari is most natural in red, no debate.

But, say you were a guy that owned a classic red Dino, a modern Lambo in black, a 993 in yellow, a C63 daily driver in gunmetal gray, a classic E Type in blue, and this green Ferrari.... sweet, especially with the tan interior.

This is not a 1st timers car, which explains the resistance as maybe 3 posters here could realistically buy it. This car is for a guy that can actually pay to play, this is a great alternate scheme that set your car apart and I believe adds value over time. Easy to get a red one.

A 2nd pass on that Ferrari, it looks really sweet with the green and tan. I like it more than the 1st time the pics were posted.
post #10819 of 14199
What about brown (couldn't find a real picture) ?



(like a bit darker, like this

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edit: forgot the sarcasm meter (5)
Edited by JuyLe - 8/30/13 at 2:00am
post #10820 of 14199
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Originally Posted by JuyLe View Post

What about brown (couldn't find a real picture) ?

(like a bit darker)

Sometimes things are rare for a reason wink.gif
post #10821 of 14199
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

A Ferrari is most natural in red, no debate.

But, say you were a guy that owned a classic red Dino, a modern Lambo in black, a 993 in yellow, a C63 daily driver in gunmetal gray, a classic E Type in blue, and this green Ferrari.... sweet, especially with the tan interior.

This is not a 1st timers car, which explains the resistance as maybe 3 posters here could realistically buy it. This car is for a guy that can actually pay to play, this is a great alternate scheme that set your car apart and I believe adds value over time. Easy to get a red one.

A 2nd pass on that Ferrari, it looks really sweet with the green and tan. I like it more than the 1st time the pics were posted.

You make a very valid point. We're looking at this like it would be a prized possession. I can certainly see the allure of an odd colour if you want it to stand out from your other super cars and look unique at your club.
post #10822 of 14199

post #10823 of 14199
I can't stand that leather color, way too dark.
post #10824 of 14199
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

I can't stand that leather color, way too dark.

Disagree, think it looks lux as fuck with that dark red exterior.
post #10825 of 14199
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Originally Posted by horndog View Post


Disagree, think it looks lux as fuck with that dark red exterior.

But I think it would be more at home on an F12 or FF. Or even better, on something vintage like a 250SWB. 

post #10826 of 14199
FF in a weird color combo? depreciation, much?

Saw these two today in Seoul, the way I've been seeing GTO's lately you'd think they grow on trees. Also, can cars get any better sounding than this?!?

post #10827 of 14199
How many race tracks is there in South Korea apart from the F1 one ? 1 ? 2 ?
post #10828 of 14199
CGT!!

My dream car drool.gif.
post #10829 of 14199
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Originally Posted by horndog View Post

Disagree, think it looks lux as fuck with that dark red exterior.

I love the chocolate interior, but it needs to be paired with lighter paint IMO. White or silver would be nice. The dark paints beg for a nice creamy caramel leather.
post #10830 of 14199
If you guys were getting this all black Panamera, would you do away with the red calibers and silver accents and get everything black or keep the calipers? Also, a tan interior in this, pedestrian?

http://www.porsche.com/usa/accessoriesandservices/exclusive/examples/panamera/panamera-turbo-basaltblackmetallic/
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