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OK that looks pretty good. I may need to bring my old plate back for a Oxford White Bronco

I think TK421 still comes up as my old Oxford White f150
 

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Question: Does anyone know if the 33” rims (Upgraded ones), can still come with the BFG? I love the way those rims look compared to the standard ones.
 

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I was assuming all five pictures at the start of this thread were of the same vehicle. Was I wrong?
 

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The cyber-orange / yellow piping in the door "net" quasi-confirms that is the color of the Badlands interior.

Kinda sucks. I didn't like the Rubicon getting a red interior regardless of exterior color. Looks like Bronco may do the same.

Fingers crossed the piping color is selectable.
I hear you. I cant stand red, and then my wife goes and buys a white GC trailhawk with red stitching throughout her interior and those red tow hooks. But at least it doesnt have the mismatched red dash like the wranglers/gladiators do.
 

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I have to say that this is my favorite picture posted yet. Really shows the stance of the vehicle.

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I'm with you. This picture alone is being me yet to figure out ways i can afford the Badlands trim.
 

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OK that looks pretty good. I may need to bring my old plate back for a Oxford White Bronco

I think TK421 still comes up as my old Oxford White f150
Stormtrooper.
 

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I have to say that this is my favorite picture posted yet. Really shows the stance of the vehicle.

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Yup, looks awesome. I can see why people thought the 33s looked small in other pics, but yeah this closes the door on the sasquatch package if I decide to move up to BL.
 

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I have to say, when I initially considered color, I would have said white would be my last choice.. But the more I've pinballed my choice, I've settled with Cactus Gray and think I would like it as I've narrowd down that I want a light color on the Bronco Mainly for heat reasons and I think it shows the body lines better then the dark colors. Who thinks white would be a better choice over the CG, cause I'm liking OW more and more!
 

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I have to say, when I initially considered color, I would have said white would be my last choice.. But the more I've pinballed my choice, I've settled with Cactus Gray and think I would like it as I've narrowd down that I want a light color on the Bronco Mainly for heat reasons and I think it shows the body lines better then the dark colors. Who thinks white would be a better choice over the CG, cause I'm liking OW more and more!
My first choice was CG based on the concept rig with white top/interior. It looked so nice with some photos showing a hint of blue and others a hint of green - ideal to capture the essence of the beach where you'll find my Bronco. But then we started seeing the CG with a black top and it came out looking dark, losing the light airy essence that the CG concept captured. The final nail in CG was @Lab00Rat in depth analysis of CG. He did a masterful deep dive on the CG exposing the flaws of camera's compensating for exposure. CG is the true Chameleon Gray where it seems to pickup attributes based on it's surroundings. The Bronco has the aerodynamics of a cinder block. I don't need it to look like one.

So for that reason, CG is off the table. But I had added Oxford White as it seems to to make the contrasting handles, flairs, top, grill, etc to pop. Clean and distinct, but I had a White Ford Explorer Limited years ago and don't want to reboot the white 4x4 era in my life so it is now a 2nd back-up choice. At this time A51 is my primary, but Velocity Blue can easily overtake the #1 choice if we ever see a completed one.
 
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My first choice was CG based on the concept rig with white top/interior. It looked so nice with some photos showing a hint of blue and others a hint of green - ideal to capture the essence of the beach where you'll find my Bronco. But then we started seeing the CG with a black top and it came out looking dark, losing the light airy essence that the CG concept captured. The final nail in CG was @Lab00Rat in depth analysis of CG. He did a masterful deep dive on the CG exposing the flaws of camera's compensating for exposure. CG is the true Chameleon Gray where it seems to pickup attributes based on it's surroundings. The Bronco has the aerodynamics of a cinder block. I don't need it to look like one.

So for that reason, CG is off the table. But I had added Oxford White as it seems to to make the contrasting handles, flairs, top, grill, etc to pop. Clean and distinct, but I had a White Ford Explorer Limited years ago and don't want to reboot the white 4x4 era in my life so it is now a 2nd back-up choice. At this time A51 is my primary, but Velocity Blue can easily overtake the #1 choice if we ever see a completed one.
I'm actually leaning towards this option; however, I do not like stark white vehicles like the Jeep white. We bought the wife a Platinum White CR-V and it looks sweet. If the Bronco comes as white, but not hard to look at white, I'd consider it. CG and CO are still in the running, I just want a third comfortable choice because.... no green options.
 

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I have been meaning to thank you for your effort @Lab00Rat on the CG analysis. It was truly masterful. It answered a lot of questions. I was 100% all-in on CG, but I just can't. The white looks so clean, crisp, and distinct. But my White 4x4 days were good ones before it seems like every other car/truck is white. It is a safe 2nd choice/back-up plan. I have a feeling Velocity Blue will grab me, but A51 will do. I wish there was a broader spectrum of colors.
 
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