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1990 Silver Convertible


Bushwack

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Hey Bushwack! Nice lookin ride you found! Is that silver or is that actually slate gray? Not a bad looking vert, but I'd have to replace that awful colored top! lol
I agree with that. The top would have to go. I do like the color keyed trim moldings and interior color.
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Hi,

I am considering making a trip to his auction. I thought I might pick the brains of some of you forum regulars. Regarding the paint, it is hard to tell from the photos, but this looks like it might be a repaint in non-Reatta grey. Does anyone have any comments on that? Thanks.

John

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Hi,

I am considering making a trip to his auction. I thought I might pick the brains of some of you forum regulars. Regarding the paint, it is hard to tell from the photos, but this looks like it might be a repaint in non-Reatta grey. Does anyone have any comments on that? Thanks.

John

Color might be slate gray (offered for a 1990 MY). Those pictures are good but no great. I can tell you from the 2 sliver convertibles I own that the original paint, if maintained, can look showroom fresh 22 years later. If you go to the auction, I think you have a great chance of picking up a bargain (assuming the car drives as well as it looks).

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Thanks Bushwack.

Having never owned, but always admired Reattas, I was curious and this one is at auction fairly close and we all love a bargin. I am trying to find a bit of history. I note the pillars seem a different color but so does the photo of yours. I guess I always thought they were body color, but this may just be the reflection and angle that appears differnt. Again, thanks for your help.

John

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Thanks Bushwack.

Having never owned, but always admired Reattas, I was curious and this one is at auction fairly close and we all love a bargin. I am trying to find a bit of history. I note the pillars seem a different color but so does the photo of yours. I guess I always thought they were body color, but this may just be the reflection and angle that appears differnt. Again, thanks for your help.

John

John,

I sent you a PM.

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