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Just got this idea from another thread. Would someone with some Potato Chop skills be kind enough to use them on my car. Just the plastic trim please. I am thinking of Matt black to start with as a temporary measure but want the same colour as the Outback eventualy. But am open to suggestion. :biggrin:


 

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I like the same colour combo. The Outback comes in several different shades I think, but theres a kind of goldish/champagne colour I like. It would be different but still OEM.
 

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So you are looking at a complete respray? or just the trim in champagne colour?

You may have to explain a bit more.

In the mean time here's our very own AP's champagne wagon :biggrin:

 

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Don, King of the parts diagram
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Think I may see where you are coming from. The later SF S Turbo came in Green Metallic with Warm Grey Opal trim which is the same colour as AP's trim in picture above.

Similar to this......


 

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Thats the ticket. As you can see from the pics, my trim is a a kind of peeling darkish silver. The same clour as the last pic shown. I want to go for a goldy type colour as shown on AP's trim.
 

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Thats the ticket. As you can see from the pics, my trim is a a kind of peeling darkish silver. The same clour as the last pic shown. I want to go for a goldy type colour as shown on AP's trim.
The colour of the trim AFAICMO is called "Warm Grey Opal" :crazy: paint code 934
Maybe worth getting a "touch up" made up to check out.
 
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