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Is it wrong to spray paint the tupperware to match the car colour?

Silver Sled is a good example.

Can't decide....it kinda feels not quite right.

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I would go for stock grey (I think it's Odoardo grey with mixed in clearcoat to not make it that glossy, don't know the english word for it ;oops:) it gives a nice contrast to the car.

If it were an Airflowkit I would go for matching colors. The big front and rear bumpers look better in matched colors in my opinion.

Btw:

You could order the bodykit in any color you wanted from the factory, so it is original if you would go for matched colors. ;)
 

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I don't think it would be weird at all, Saab originally had a number of factory spg cars with all matching panels, including the original aero prototype in its tan color,

I plan to paint my spg kit to match the slate blue on my car, besides, you have to make your Saab unique
(except avoid spray paint unless it's the original factory color)
 

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I have a 1993 vert in metalic black with similar shade tupperware on from new. think the black looks good on most cars but don't like the white on white, looks horrible IMHO:D
 
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