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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-16-2011 Thread Starter
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What color racing stripes?

Hey guys i got a navy blue mustang with black convertible top i want to put racing stripes on it hood to bumper and trunk to bumper. What color should i put?

My friends suggested sliver anyone have pictures of a navy blue mustang with stripes? I saw a Shelby with white stripes.

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I don't think you could go wrong silver or white, both would go well with a navy blue base

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Hey guys i got a navy blue mustang with black convertible top i want to put racing stripes on it hood to bumper and trunk to bumper. What color should i put?

My friends suggested sliver anyone have pictures of a navy blue mustang with stripes? I saw a Shelby with white stripes.

Its a 03 mustang btw.

But, I would use vinyl rather than paint. I'm sure your already aware of that
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whats wrong with painted on stripes??

as for color im thinking lime green or purple
just kidding, white or black, either would look good to me on a dark blue car, or maybe even red if you want to stand out from all the other cars

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if you can i think white would look the best
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Does NONE! count as a vote?

Not a big fan of racing stripes.

BUT, it's your ride man go for what ever turns you on!

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....If you want to really stand out then white or brite red is the color. Silver as a natural metal color on dark blue would be stated as confident and forward looking. Charcoal and satin black indicates stealth, stand alone presence. And gloss black goes with all personalitys, its classic.
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