I don't have the car yet. I haven't seen it since SEMA. Haven't driven it. The shop is 200 miles from my home. I've been busy. Yadda Yadda Yadda.
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Sunday, November 05, 2006
Thank you, Jalopnik. You were the first.
But there are many others. vintage world / aussiefrogs.com / jabbasworld / hoodride / octane.ie / retro-rides.com / the car lounge / maxbimmer / citroencarclub.uk / bxclub / frankenswap / so cal customs / popular mechanics / dieselstation.com / i-club.com / wikipedia / French the crazy liou's / forum auto / b-a-t.bbfr.net / hd19.net / old-droppers.com / rods-customs.com / caradisiac / chevrolet camaro members club de france / chevrons-passion.tk / modify-mag / gazoline / 1961 debonair / Spanish motorpasion / style32 / cochespias / gonzalo solaz / buscatuning / streeters / motor 100% / Dutch citroen-idds-startpagina.nl / volksforum.com / citroen-forum.nl / bx sportief / xposure.nl / German chromjuwelen / oldtimerinfo / ds club deutschland / andre citroen club / 2cv laberforum / oldschoolgarage forum / der fieser luftkuhlers vw club / autobild.de / willsagen.de / Romanian auto.ru / Finnish overdrive.fi / Danish citronik / Norwegian bilforum.moo.no / Swedish automotorsport.se / citroenakuten / Portuguese citroenmotorsport.com.br / Japanese daytona-mag.com
Posted by Borborygme at 9:58 AM
Friday, November 03, 2006
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Thursday, July 20, 2006
Volvo 457 'Flash Green' and 'White Pearl'
Update: I was worried when I first saw these pictures (they were sent to me by Kreations). The color looked bluer and bolder than I had anticipated. I was after a more subtle shade of turqouise. I was afraid I was going to have to respray it.
But I saw it in person today and it looks very nice. The color is not overpowering at all. And the true color appears much more green than the pictures. The pictures were made in a dim room with a harsh flash that makes the contrast appear more than it actually is.
Posted by Borborygme at 9:41 AM