Thanks. It is a lot better outside in "real life". I "ghost" flamed it. I didn't really want it to show much. The pearl is green on the face, so most of the time you don't see it. All colors of the rainbow are reflected back, depending on the angle viewed and the lighting.
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i saw a "Ghost Flamed", older blue Mustang racing at World Ford Challenge 5 here in St. Louis a few weeks back and it was SOOOO cool to see how the angle that you looked at it and the way the sun reflected off of it TOTALLY changed the look.
sometimes it was practically invisible and other times you could "see" it but it was VERY subtle and subdued!!
very cool, G-man!!!we missed you and hope you stay this time!!
I also saw the car and spoke to Mr and Mrs GMan at the show in Steamboat.
The flames at first were not noticeable, but after I did see them, I thought they looked great.
I would never insult someone for what they chose to do to their car. They all show the personality of the owner and that is cool.
However, I am a little puzzled that Gman chose not to join us at the Bullitt gathering. He indicated he would and so did his wife at the show. If he is upset because a few Bullitt-Knotheads flamed his flames he must be pretty thin skinned. And to choose not to join the rest of us because of that is childish!
I get razzed about my "PINKIE" all the time and take it in good humor. (Just don't call it a Mary Kay car!! LOL!!)
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