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Old 05-31-2005, 01:53 PM   #11
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Oh no guys, im talking about a FLIP-FLOP paint job where the car changes like 3-10 diffrent colors as it rides past not the trunk kind of flip-flop lol!! Maybe i should have specified what i was talking about!!

And also i went to a G-station on day an this man was jocking my car(as usually i get that kind of attention becuz my car is sooooooo sweet lol!!)and he said that he seen a man that had the lambo doors on all four doors, so yes it has been done already. I want to see that for myself though.But living where i live(in DETROIT, Michigan) i'll come across one becuz were known for our cars!!
Haha...I just pm'd Lakeville saying I was glad he asked the question cuz I have only heard of flip flop paint!
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Old 05-31-2005, 06:05 PM   #12
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i dont much like the flip flop paint myself, it looks a little too silly for me... reminds me of a clown car... NOW the flip trunk would be SICK
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I posted pics some time ago here of one that was done PARTIALLY in the color-shifting paint, and it didn't look good at all:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=15648
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I wouldn't call it "flip flop" paint...... it'* "colorchanging paint"
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if i am going to go color changing at all, i am going with basic colors that change with temperature. none of this shiny ricey stuff.
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I wouldn't call it "flip flop" paint...... it'* "colorchanging paint"

I like mine just fine.....

The colors are a perfect match
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That paint is crazy expensive and if you mess up any panel you have to re-paint the whole car agian.
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didnt they make the SSEi a camleon color at some time?
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didnt they make the SSEi a camleon color at some time?
96 had a Blue-Green paint BonneAlien has it on his car
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Thats more the metallicness and the pearl layer of it. My car does this too based on lighting.
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