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    Senior Member endo911rs's Avatar
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    Here is my contribution...
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by endo911rs
    Here is my contribution...
    endo, one of my favorite it as wallpaper. This is it right?

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    73.5 Dalmatian Blue

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    Moderator Chuck Miller's Avatar
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    That car is SO cool it's hard to look at .........
    Chuck Miller
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  4. #14
    So far Dalmation Blue seems to be the closest to what I'm looking for. Does anyone have anything for Cobalt Blue?

    Roger Grago ... Cobalt Blue?
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    Cobalt versus dalmation

    I will check my camera, somebody arrived at Emorys on sunday morning
    with a 7osomething T Targa done in Cobalt which is a metallic from the 964
    968 and 996 years Looked good but very metallic for a long nose. I almost parked my Oxford blue(329) which is considered Dalmation. Someone may have some of that car on the board
    Randy K. Germany /Oregon Way too many put away way too many gone !

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    I was told that Cobalt Blue was a non-metallic color. So, I guess the richest non-metallic Porsche blue would be Dalmation. What about this car, anyone know what this color is? Someone said that it was either Arrow Blue or Acid Blue. Anybody know?

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    That looks like John Forcier's car (Fishcop on Pelican) - if it is, it's Ossi Blue.

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    Yeah, that's Fishcop's car.
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    My favorite blue is Albert Blue
    (Fantasy car courtesy of Rob Gross)
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    Albert Blue

    No success resizing pictures of my 1972 Albert Blue 911 T 2.5S coupe to post directly to this tread. Have tried for months with no success.

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