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    Rendez-vous de la Reine - December 21st 2014.

    This morning, hundreds of cars. Few earlies.
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    and some others
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    Simca 1200S
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    Mignonne cette Simca 1300 coupé.

    What is the name of the color of the "blue" 911?

    Was there a 928?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 928cs View Post
    Mignonne cette Simca 1300 coupé.

    What is the name of the color of the "blue" 911?

    Was there a 928?
    It is a Simca 1200S, Bertone design.
    Do not know the name of that blue.

    No 928 :-(

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    C'est marrant
    ce RDV était il me semble à Rambouillet et je connais le possesseur de la slate grey qui est un collègue de mon frère
    Le monde est petit
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    Quote Originally Posted by 928cs View Post
    Mignonne cette Simca 1300 coupé.

    What is the name of the color of the "blue" 911?

    Was there a 928?
    Seeblau or oxford blue i presume

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    Quote Originally Posted by 928cs View Post
    Mignonne cette Simca 1300 coupé.

    What is the name of the color of the "blue" 911?

    Was there a 928?
    You can check a lots of Porsche blue colours on this thread:

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ghlight=sunoco

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