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Old 11-24-2004, 09:12 PM   #21
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The above is the proper color for a bonneville.... Medium Garnet Red Metallic
Next time I fly down to Florida dinner is on me.
Oldsmobiles look really good in that color too ya know.
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black only looks good on my car in pictures where its clean

i hate driving a black car if it has a speck of dust on it...

my next car is going to be silver or bright blue
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My color theories (not approved by Dept. of Homeland Security or Martha Stewart Living, INC.)

Purple is the weirdest color.

White is the most suicidal, no doubt about it.

Silver is the classiest but after time begins to look gray, not silver.

Black gets dirty so easily

Green is the slowest color

Blue is the rarest, at least up here

Gold...rhymes with old...need I say more?

Red is hard to match to your outfit, if you've got enough Bonnies or outfits, either one, to be concerned with that sort of thing.
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Red is hard to match to your outfit, if you've got enough Bonnies or outfits, either one, to be concerned with that sort of thing.

Haha, don't I know it. Leave it to me, the girl who always wears pink, to buy a bright red car. I never match my car .
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