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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-25-2016, 03:30 PM
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Some might even have those colors on a massive board with half domes painted in each color. Those work best for seeing how light hits the color at every angle possible, being a pallet full of half domes, its the next best thing to seeing the color on the car.



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I've always been fond of these paint samples, gives different curves to bend light around

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Definitely always find those much easier to use to imagine what the car would look like. Prefer those over the half-spheres
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post #14 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-27-2016, 10:12 AM
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nothing fancy but here are the paint samples Acura dealerships are getting for the NSX.





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I've always been fond of these paint samples, gives different curves to bend light around
Yeah... it would be nice if Acura offered a MSO or PTS type of option.

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nothing fancy but here are the paint samples Acura dealerships are getting for the NSX.
The blue is strikingly nice but the price is kinda steep.
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nothing fancy but here are the paint samples Acura dealerships are getting for the NSX.

Still helps since you can take these out into different lighting conditions, hold it at different angles and get a sense of what the color you want looks like in all those different conditions.



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Those are actually still pretty nice. It's nice that they made them with different angles, high points and low points, etc. You'll definitely get a good feel off of those. Thanks for the picture though, know what to expect now
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post #18 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 05:39 PM
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Hi,

I have seen and studied them all before purchasing mine. The only one that I haven't seen is the Nord Grey which would not have been of interest.

White versus Casino White I prefer the Casino White, it would have been my second choice had I not gone Curva Red. White cars look great and I can admire how they look, however having owned many white cars I find that they don't get the pulse racing (that's just me) like the red. Red or some other vibrant color for a sports car, for me! So why not blue, it would have been between that and the Casino White, the blue just didn't grab me.

The car looks great in most colors, I find the black hides some of the nice lines and combined with the difficulty of keeping it clean and new looking, it would have been my last choice.
Curva Red for me, black all leather interior, no carbon as it introduces another color and $$$$ resulting in minimal effect (except on the bank account).
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post #19 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-04-2017, 08:13 AM
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I would definitely grab the casino pearl one, it's just astonishing and outstanding. Not big fan of white tho as well.
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