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 Post subject: Re: Cirrus SF50
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Wow, that’s just awful. Love or hate the SF50, why would ANYONE do THAT to a new airplane?

Awful, in what way? Back when Dodge Neon came in Nitro-Yellow Green, there was a national club for NYG Neons owners. I heard their parties were tops.

I had a lime green Karman Ghia once and for some reason the color looked good on that car (not just to me, many others commented positively). That said while SF-50 isn't IMO exactly a looker in the first place, the yellow-green hue sure makes it worse to me.
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 Post subject: Re: Cirrus SF50
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Green is the perfect color for any airplane… that you do not wish to sell.

Blackhawk just purchased a really nice King Air 300 for their -67 STC, we tried to buy it for two separate clients, cheap... it’s only sin? Green stripes!

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 Post subject: Re: Cirrus SF50
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:popcorn: :scratch: I dig it, breaks rules people!
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These things are everywhere now - probably just wanted to be able to find it in the sea of SF50's.

Like a white pickup in Texas....

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Green is the perfect color for any airplane… that you do not wish to sell.

Blackhawk just purchased a really nice King Air 300 for their -67 STC, we tried to buy it for two separate clients, cheap... it’s only sin? Green stripes!

There's green and then there's green.

I like my plane to have zinc chromate primer. I do not want it to look like it's painted in primer.

I don't have a problem with green stripes or accents if done well. My dad OTOH didn't like it at all on anything, cars, planes, whatever :shrug:

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