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Favorite '30's Ford color other than black

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Color to paint a '30's Ford , but no blacks.

What kind of car, stock, custom, hot rod, race, etc ?????????

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Why not black? That is my favorite color on the 32/33/34 coupe body. Flat, shiny, solid, graphics.

I like seeing different.

If I were to guess the percentage of these cars that are black, I'd say... 70% are black.

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But Mr.Ford said, (,you can have any color you want,, as long as its black..)

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But Mr.Ford said, (,you can have any color you want,, as long as its black..)

That was for the Model T. !928-1931 had a few colors but the fenders were still black only.

My new favorite is green, last 30's finished.

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See the 1928 Lincoln out front in Maroon, yes that one . That's my choice .

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There are some pics of what I think are good colors for '30s Fords.

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Actually all of these cars are Located in Finland.

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The consensus is...they look good in just about any color, including metallic purple:

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I like this '35 factory scheme.

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I always think of green, gray, tan or a faded blue but, that's just me. I say any color you like. :)

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There are some pics of what I think are good colors for '30s Fords.

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Actually all of these cars are Located in Finland.

Dig those Model A coupes.

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