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Old 01-22-2006, 06:05 PM
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Lightbulb Blue Urban Camo Paint

I have been thinking of painting my 1988 Clubwagon Van in a blue camo pattern. I want to use blue to match the interior. I was thinking of doing it 4 flat colors: Light Blue, Blue, Navy, and black. I want it to look somewhat decent, because it is my daily driver, but I am trying to make it a little bit cooler. I am putting a Flowmaster 40 series delta flow dual outlet muffler on it soon, too. I have seen a few camo trucks, but they were always earthtones? What do you think?
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sounds like a pretty cool and interesting choice in colors. i was thinking about doing the same, if only temporary, to my 80 250 in earth colors with a rattlecan, just till i can get a real paintjob and after i replace all the cursed rust!
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There's a full size Bronco running around here done in blue camo. It looks real good. Only thing I think would make it look better is if you throw a sliver of white in here & there.

Good luck and I hope you put some photos of your camo'd truck in your gallery.
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Adding the white is a real good idea. I will keep that in mind.
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