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Old 07-05-2009, 08:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Looking for High-Res pics of e36 Vert in Imola, Daytona Violet or Techno Violet

About to spray my white e36 M3 vert, and can not decice on which color to go with. There were also different versions of the Violet from different years, and I have not found high-res photos that I can do a side by side comparo on to determine which is the best color.



Anyone with a vert (or even a regular e36 M3) in Imola Red or Violet (please specify which Violet), please post links to high-res so I can finally make a decision and get some sleep.



Any advice on the spraying of the car? Do's, Don'ts, things to look out for?



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Yea, sorry, deleted most my old pics of my daytona violet. They never made a daytona violet vert (in the USA), it was a 95 only color on the m3 and the m3 came out in vert form in 97 by which time it was techno violet.
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Thank you nukeduster, that helps clear up the difference in colors. Now I would like to find an equivalent set of pics for a techno violet so I can compare my options. Yours looks very dark (which I like), I don't want it to look very 'purple', but give off subtle hints. Some of the pics are broken on the link drz sent of your car above (thanks drz), you don't have them on a pc anywhere do you? I would love to see as many as I can to make my comparo. Thanks guys!
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Thanks dtm, what do you think about the color of that? doesn't look purple at all, looks almost blue/black? Nothing like the Daytona one that nukeduster had?

What are your opinions on an Imola Red vert with Dove Grey interior? Doesn't look like that combo was ever made. I have only found black interior on Imola Red cars (or the two tone red and black seats).

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