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Limeflower? Honest opinion

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geezer Silver Member charles durning
Magee, Mississippi, USA   USA
1958 MG Magnette ZB "Chick Magnette (sold)"
1967 Morris Minor 1000 Saloon (2-door) "Marvin"
1974 MG MGB GT
Didn't Ford offer the Maverick in Establish Mint?



Who's version of right are we talking about? When you get 10 LBC owners in a room you'll get 12 different answers.

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davidSim David Simmons
San Pedro, California, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB
Yikes! That color might be an issue for me.

In reply to # 3535779 by geezer Didn't Ford offer the Maverick in Establish Mint?

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wicklowwanderer Silver Member David Steverson
Marietta, Georgia, USA   USA
My car was originally Harvest Gold, but BRG when I bought it. It's now Harvest Gold again. I was a bit pessimistic at firts but i love it now. As stated already, it's so 1970's. Limeflower is another in this group. There's a place near me Street Side Classics that sells classics and hot rods. The cars that really stand out and look good there are those with period colors.

Go Limeflower!

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Wray Gold Member Wray Lemke
., South Carolina, USA   USA
Honest? Although a freshly painted MGB looks good in any color the pale yellows, like primrose and lime flower, just look too washed out for my taste.

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BFC Ben Clark
Allegan, Michigan, USA   USA
1980 MG MGB "Kilr B"
Mine is brown. I will happily trade you for Limeflower.



I don't know. It's always smoked like that/made that sound/done that.

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sger Silver Member Stuart Greenblatt
Evanston, IL, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB
I think limeflower is a very cool 70s color. Tundra is a great one as well.

As long as it shines up well don't ever think of changing it.

The auto industry now markets all the bland regular suspects...black, any shade of grey/silver...white. Boring and no creativity.

Drive it and enjoy it. I bet you'll get lots of positive comments!

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