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 |  Aug 08 2013, 5:34 PM


When it comes to cars, the color green isn’t just to signify eco-friendly anymore.

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 |  Apr 16 2013, 7:31 AM


The first thing anyone notices about a car is its paint color, which is why it’s so important for a new brand like SRT to get it right.

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 |  Feb 11 2013, 12:44 PM

Capitalizing on what is arguably a dwindling market segment, Dodge will offer the 2013 Challenger with two heritage colors: Plum Crazy (purple) and HEMI orange.

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 |  Jul 14 2011, 4:55 PM

Everyone has seen old hippy van painted to the nines or cars with wacky paint jobs driving down the street but you’ve probably never seen cars like this.

This type of art became popular enough in the last few decades for art car shows to materialize. BMW has been involved in art cars since the mid-1970s getting Andy Warhol and Sandro Chia to paint a piece for the gallery. The first BMW art car was a 3.0-liter CSL painted by Alexander Calder in 1975. BMW canvases have included the M1, Z1, E34 and E36.

All 17 BMW art cars  can be viewed here!

Check out the video after the jump!

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 |  Jan 15 2010, 12:29 AM


Custom paint has always been a staple of modifying a car. Over the years trends have come and gone, many of them debuting from Tokyo such as Maziora or “color changing” paint. We ran across this pair of cars with a paint style we have yet to see.

The car above is called the Toban Shokunin by a shop called And Factory Produce and appears to have started life as some sort of Suzuki. We honestly can’t say what the other car is, or was.

Regardless, the new paint scheme is brilliantly metallic and has a serious 3D look to it. Who knows, perhaps we’ll see more cars painted this way in the future. It’s definitely extreme, but used in moderation, it could really work for some nice pinstiping action on a classic American hotrod.

GALLERY: And Factory Produce Toban Shokunin