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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by hsv010, Dec 19, 2013.
I must find a color that as closely resembles this as possible
Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept '10 - Cr. 500,000 - "Maziora Andromeda"
TVR Cerbera Speed 6 '97 - Cr. 79,980 or TVR T350C '03 - Cr. 74,380 or TVR Tamora '02 - Cr. 70,940 or TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00 - Cr. 94,800 or TVR Cerbera Speed 12 '00 - Cr. 259,970 - "Chameleon Blue"
Yeah I thought about that already, and did it haha
Another one for you guys
Trying to find out the nearest match for the Blackish/Greenish Honda/Acura NSX Concept, as I painted mine in Championship White and now... I can't paint it back to its original colour
I have a McLaren F1 GTR base model thats begging to be painted in McLaren orange. Neither the road-going F1 or the MP4-12/C gives it.
If I'm not wrong the Lexus LFA has a simil-orange McLaren
Got a comparison?
Even though I can generate the money to buy and LFA just to harvest a color, maybe something a little cheaper.
I'll check that later
You should try Papaya Orange from the '03 Audi TT coupe 3.2 quattro - Cr. 57,740 as was suggested by JLG_GT on this thread:
Any news on that NSX Concept's colour matching?
I'll have a look at it when I get the chance
Thank you sir!
Was your mandatory Honda Fit RS '10 in Sunset Orange II @Azure Flare? Try that
KTM X-Bow Street has something really close and if you won it there's a 50/50 chance you chose it.
My X-Bow Street is white.
I actually decided to ignore everyone and get a Tesla Roadster's Very Orange. Looks exactly the same as Historic Orange.
the closer yellow to Senna's helmet?
New Indy Yellow Pearl from an S2000 or NSX looks pretty close.
'Glutorange', from the Audi TTS coupe '09, the best alternative for the McLaren Orange in my opinion and it's a bit cheaper
Well, too late for that!
EDIT: You may have a strong case of The Feels if you have Senna driving an NSX.
I got them when I had taken a pic of him driving the new version of it. Manly tears were shed that day.
for me, trying to make my car how I want it in real life
anyone know a good 'matte metallic blue'? would it need to be something that's won? I have a matt blue but its more of a navy blue, and I want it more
Unfortunately, I don't think there is any matte metallic blue. The only matte blues are carryovers from GT5: matte blue, matte dark blue, and matte light blue. I don't think that there's any matte chips from any cars newly added to GT6
It's a shame the new Stingray Gran Turismo doesn't provide a paint chip, it would be pretty close.
Just bought a Shelby GT350 '65 without stripes, when i tried to paint it the stripes came back! But that's not the strange bit;
Saddle Tan (Chevrolet Corvette Coupe C2 '63) & Olympic Gold (Chevrolet Camaro SS '69/ Z28 '69) are absolutely identical colors (although their paint chips are different!), - but if you paint the GT 350 Saddle Tan you get black stripes and if you paint it Olympic Gold you get white stripes!
Anyone know of any color/stripe combinations where the same thing happens? Because that just seems freaky!
matte light blue might be close, but I only have "matte blue" so far, and that's fairly dark
I just tried 'matte 009' and I guess not too far off
Anyone knows a color similar to the one on these rims?
(pictures via exoticsonroad.com)
Thanks in advance.
Spagna bronze , BMW z3/4 well a Beemer
That is the most beautiful 997 GT3 RS I have ever seen.
Speaking of wheel color matching, what is best for matching the wheels on the R35 GT-R black edition?
Best match for the GT-R wheel in my collection is Grigio Avlon from the Murcielago LP 640, and I have a shocking collection of grays. The hard part was matching the finish not the shade but I tested it on the BBS LM-R, Rays Trinity 5, and the high offset Enkei 5-spokes with mini spokes recessed on either side of the primary ones (I forget the name ) for consistency. Hope that helps.
I can't be bothered to upload from PS3 to Flicky but if you'd like I can send you a side-by-side comparison via PSN IM. The car costs more than an LFA and you were hesitant to buy one of those.
RP05, that's the Enkei wheel I tested it on.
It's not that I hesitate on buying the pricier cars, I just think that buying a car of that price just to harvest a color is a little redundant. Especially if you are someone who is just starting out (I'm not, but thats my point).