Too Red or Not Too Red


B Crombie

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<font face="Arial" size="2">Greetings everyone from Minnesota,</font>
<font face="Arial" size="2"> It's been a year since I trailered my red ' 64 Euro Amphi home and she's just about ready for blasting. It appears that the Amphi factory liked the color red more than any other. Personally, I don't think the Amphi's lines are brought out best in red. Oh yes, I'm thinking of changing her original color. Sorry Doug and David C. Your Amphi's look great but Paul Lalewicz' Amphi looks awsome! Besides, I'm not one to go for original factory restoration, I just want to get her looking sweet and go out and have some fun!</font>
<font face="Arial" size="2"> Have any of you changed your Amphi's original color?</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">Brian Crombie</font>
<font face="Arial" size="2">'64 RED (for now)</font>

David Chapman

Well I though red was the best colour until I saw Marcs powder blue car at
Celina and that's the colour I'd go with next time. The powder blue was only
used on earlier cars and so is rare here, the most comon colour is red, or a
very dark green, almost British Racing Green, that Amphicar used after 1966
on European cars.

My car was originally black and some other late cars left the factory in
unusual colours. Some of the cars in the German club have been repainted in
non standard colours. There is at least one silver and one orange.

You need to think about the colour of the interior as well, some
combinations don't work, and the top and bumper strips down the side, black
or white.

Decisions decisions !

David Chapman in the UK

> Have any of you changed your Amphi's original color?
> Brian Crombie