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Show me some good examples if that is sort of your thing.
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>>19423719
Don't really like those vertical splits, kinda ruins the body line.
Painted roof (like Swift, DS3, Mini's) usually looks good to me. Painted plastics on the sides like a Smart or pic related can work too.
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I like them, when done right. Good way to make decent 2 tone is to follow body line or a section of the body "that make sense" f.e. white roof and green body.
The Peugeot is neither, but it´s still good. Sporty cars get more freedoms on this.
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>>19423719
Always been a fan of older Commodore 2 tone schemes in the more luxury variants.
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i like the look of the coupe franche on the peugeots but i’ve never seen anyone actually buy one with it.
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I'm definitely Falcon over Commodore, but yeah, the two tone scheme on the earlies looks fucking fantastic
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good thread
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Yeah

Two tone is slick
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Two tones are obviously better than just one.




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