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going to be purchasing a new set of rota grids soon (te37 copies)

 

I was wondering about the different bronze colours as there is just bronze, sports bronze and full royal sports bronze

 

all the cars below have rota grids in the colour i'm after

 

but unsure of which rota colour this is out the 3 bronzes, it seems to be a matt bronze but they dont have that

 

wondering if anyone out there knows/ has rota grids in this colour.

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I'd say if you want the ones closest to the Rex and what not go the second line of pics you posted.. They seem to be the ones

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Fark it's a hard choice aye bro go with the bronze lol.

 

You probably won't care or notice once on the car,

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Definintely bronze.

 

The Royal and Sports are closer to gold, and aren't the same colour all over.

 

Check the pics again; they've used a specific naming convention.

 

Full Royal Sports Bronze: Gold lip, gold face, bronze barrel

Sports Bronze: Gold lip, bronze face, bronze barrel

Bronze: Bronze lip, bronze face, bronze barrel

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ahhhhh yeh your right, thanks for that

 

only thing is its still shiny, compared to the matt bronze ones on the cars in the photos

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ahhhhh yeh your right, thanks for that

 

only thing is its still shiny, compared to the matt bronze ones on the cars in the photos

 

Could just be the photos. Camera flash vs no flash, and face-on vs angle.

 

Irrespective, you'll have to get 'bronze' for a uniform finish. Should it prove insufficiently matt, just hit it with some matt clear coat and let the good times roll.

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hmmm..... cream, white, the off white the ivory or the beige?

 

Marvelous........... http://youtu.be/u8UfNZJU0js

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Damn it forgot how to embed youtube videos........

 

To the OP just remember the more polished surfaces you choose means the faster it will show scratches damage etc. Stick with the full matt effect full bronze.

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