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post #121 of 2293 (permalink) Old 07-19-2006, 05:18 PM Thread Starter
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Cor....that Blue is gorgeous and your photos are nicely taken. I am definitely leaning toward the Olandese Blue for my GTV instead of the original Francia Blue.....but....wait..... we will soon get to see Akitaman's craftsmanship on a respray of a Francia Blue GTV (see his post in this forum). I can't wait to see a freshly painted Francia Blue GTV...hopefully this will finally solidify my colour decision....Blue Olandese ...or...Francia Blue....HHmmm.

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post #122 of 2293 (permalink) Old 07-20-2006, 02:17 AM
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Blu Francia, Blu Francia!!

Apart from being a GREAT colour, its the least we can do for those poor frogs after Italia won the world cup, AND then Ferrari winning the French GP in the same fortnite..!
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Blu Francia, Blu Francia!!

Apart from being a GREAT colour, its the least we can do for those poor frogs after Italia won the world cup, AND then Ferrari winning the French GP in the same fortnite..!
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Posted pics on Picture Room thread. I'll add one here though.
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I used to see you on Fitzroy st alot! I think once we had a bit of a chat outside Danny the baker's...

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Its been going through a major restoration for almost one year. Engine and suspension will be next .(Interior is almost complete; will post photos after installation. Ciao
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Here is AR109 Giallo Ochre.
Whatever you choose you will love it, but because you had the choice will always think, what if I had it painted in.....
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I used to see you on Fitzroy st alot! I think once we had a bit of a chat outside Danny the baker's...

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Yep that's me. Used to work/hang out in StKilda (no more!) and for a while a friend of mine (he live in Stkilda) borrowed and used it as a daily driver so it was out and about a fair bit. Serious engine work since then though.
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post #130 of 2293 (permalink) Old 07-29-2006, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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So I initially started this thread so as to decide whether or not to keep my 69 GTV in it's original Blue Francia colour or change to some other colour. I never did post a pic of the car as it stood last November....well here she is!

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Which other colors do you have in mind? The F. Blue looks quite nice, IMO.

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Here's my '69 just painted in AR 509 Rosso Amaranto, having the headliner installed... The car will get done soon, the car will get done soon, the car will get done soon...


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Rossano, I should keep her?/him Blu Francia, it's a stunning color...
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post #134 of 2293 (permalink) Old 07-30-2006, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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Cor, you may be quite right...although it is hard to tell from the exisiting state of the car....it's been sun burned and has weathered for a while as well as having a fine white dust embedded into the paint. I hope AKITAMAN's current customer project (see his latest thread) which is to be done in AR342 Blu Francia will help me decide for certain. The Blu Olandese though is currently at the top of my list.

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1750GT and others,

I noticed your side mirror is a primer sort of paint. Mine came like that,too. I have seen chrome mirrors more frequently tough. Which was factory? Dealer option?
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