View Poll Results: Gold vs Blue motor

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  • Gold

    31 50.82%
  • Blue

    30 49.18%
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Thread: gold vs blue motor

  1. #1
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    gold vs blue motor

    I got to know.. aside from being the correct factory color of you motor. which one blows your hair back?

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    I'm in for blue.

    73 H/O and 87 GN, Cousins of a different generation
    75 H/O W-25 White
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    Blue baby!!!!

  5. #5
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    I like 'em both, but I voted gold. I like the deep rich Oldsmobile engine gold. Not as bright as the Cadillac gold.
    Gary
    73 442
    74 Supreme
    74 H/O W30
    75 Supreme police car replica DONUTRUN 1/4 mi. bracket car
    01 GMC Sierra Z71
    02 Buick Century

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    The metalic blue is sharp, but, I like the gold better.

  7. #7
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    If its GOLD its a "ROCKET", if its blue, you still cant knock it. just came to me.

  8. #8
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    That blue doesn't look like the stock blue to me. It looks like the same blue that is on the exterior. My 76 had the nice blue but not that nice.
    Alan
    76 Cutlass Supreme Braugham (3)
    73 Cutlass Supreme
    66 Olds Ninety Eight LS (expired)
    78 Cadillac Seville (350 Olds engine)
    Several Caddys and a 76 Camaro and
    70 Impala Convertible

  9. #9
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    Gold would look better in my opinion,and is available in a spray can.As far as i know,nobody makes olds blue in a can,just custom made at paint supply shop.I painted my 403 olds blue (earlier era olds blue)from tamaraz.Looks good but not original.What about chevy orange lol???
    Last edited by Joe Pawlowski; 02-03-2012 at 09:25 PM.

  10. #10
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    Yeah, my blue is not the cool metallic looking blue, but more of a robin's egg blue. I bought GM corporate in a rattle can and it looks a it different (darker) than what's on mine. Since there seems to be no 100% consensus on what it should be though, I think next time I'm going with that sexy metallic blue. Close enough for people that know it should be blue not gold, but much better looking than what's on there now.
    Restoring my grandfather's 1975 Cutlass Salon he ordered new 7 years before I was born....

    ...and I'm doing it in Japan

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