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Another one that looks better is the pic isnt! lol

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Apologies for the hijack, I was trying www.midnightphotos.co.uk
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We do drive lovely cars dont we!
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We do indeed.

Especially mine !

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Yes Especially Yours!

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I haven't tried it yet Lates, is it easy to use?
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We do indeed.

Especially mine
Well mine ain't the beast like yours but I still love her sultry dark brooding nature all the same. Bit like the ex I suppose

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Yes Especially yours!
Have to say even though I'm not into modifying cars the double pipes on yours set it off a treat Alex. Nice job there!
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Not as nice as most of the others but I haven't had it for long. This is mine.
Looks great to me. Now tell me, is that colour Atlantic Blue..? Because I'm looking at getting a 75 in that colour, well at least I think it's that colour.
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Looks great to me. Now tell me, is that colour Atlantic Blue..? Because I'm looking at getting a 75 in that colour, well at least I think it's that colour.
Yes Nick, its Atlantic Blue. Very apt description of the colour. It changes to a sort of turquoise green/blue in sunlight and looks quite dark blue when its dull, just like the Atlantic.
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Not tried this before. Hope it works.

My baby the day before my wedding last month:

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Seems straight forward enough V8, but only put 2 pics in so far
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Was going to ask if anyone on here had a yellow ZT. I cant believe how nice they look in yellow. Seems such an unlikely colour for such a big car. What an impressive looking beast.
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Not tried this before. Hope it works.

My baby the day before my wedding last month:

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Thats top!!

I reckon if a wedding car company had some white lwb 75s they would make a killing. I would use them if i ever have to (perish the thought).
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Yes Nick, its Atlantic Blue. Very apt description of the colour. It changes to a sort of turquoise green/blue in sunlight and looks quite dark blue when its dull, just like the Atlantic.
I am pleased that I'm not the only one who sees the green shade in Atlantic blue.

It's certainly doesn't seem to be a very common colour. Do you know if they stopped producing it at any stage..?
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It was only produced for a couple of years - think they stopped in '01 or '02.

Our's is Atlantic Blue, and it looks fabulous in rain, shine, cloudy or snow. Beautiful colour in its greeny-bluey-sparkliness. It's a real shame they stopped using it, but it makes the cars a bit more exclusive. I seem to be seeing more of them around at the moment, but maybe it's because I'm looking for 'em.
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Atlantic Blue was only available on 75's produced at Cowley, the colour was discontinued in May 2000 when the final Cowley 75 rolled off the lines.
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Looks V nice mate
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