Midnight Mocha with Java interior on FX50S
+1 if there was ever a reason to get a dark color, the midnight mocha would be it. so nice....and i'm envious that you don't need front plates!GixxerSteve said:I once owned a 1997 Honda Accord special edition that had a paint called Black Currant Pearl.....it was basically a dark plum that looked black in some lights. I loved the color, but hated keeping it clean. I swore I would never own a dark color car again, and that's why my FX is Diamond Graphite.
This color makes me want to get a dark color again. Absolutely beautiful.
Very observant. Some have a guassian blur on the background, while the front-on view only has an edge blur around the frame of the image, no other tweaks.gto-dave said:Those pics are fantastic! Nice job buddy
The backgrounds are Guassian blurred, yes? The reflections are a giveaway
Same here in Arizona -- no front plate, no window decals. Just a plate on the back with one year tab in the corner. If the DMV sent you the year tab, then for f*cks sake you obviously passed emissions testing. :roll:notabadname said:Kentucky, where I live, just south of Cincinnati, is great in not requiring front tags. It is also one of the few states that has no stickers for the windshield. State inspection receipts are required to register your plate each year. So if you have a current tag, with the annual colored sticker in its corner, it means you passed state inspection. What a common sense approach - and no junk on the front of your car.
So true! It is such simple common sense. I used to live in Maine, they love their stickers and front plates there too. They use a sticker there on the front window that can be seen from space. And the front plates drive me up a wall. They should end that program everywhere. For a couple of good reasons too:GixxerSteve said:Same here in Arizona -- no front plate, no window decals. Just a plate on the back with one year tab in the corner. If the DMV sent you the year tab, then for f*cks sake you obviously passed emissions testing. :roll: