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Black Diamond
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Maybe if every MIC gray/black part like fenders, door handles, and roof were the same color, it would look great. As for this, it ain’t it chief
 

stras27

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It is not a type R so not sure why it would be played off like that. I would have tried to match the grill to the fenders unless later on you are looking to get white/grey FF and Top. I like the steps though (kind of).
 

Mickey21

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I mean, all for what is different and if the owner loves it, sure, but not on mine that is for sure.
 

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Nope. I figured if changing from carbonized you would do matte black to match the trim. Not sure what color they painted it but it almost looks like primer/ready to paint.
 

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