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Grigio Alloy photos, anyone?

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Cavallini, Dec 14, 2003.

  1. Cavallini

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    This shade of silver/gray is the most attractive to my eyes, especially for Maranellos and Modenas, but I haven't seen many on the board, the web and least of all in the flesh, here in WV. As I'm closing in on my first purchases I wonder if any fellow Ferraristi have any photos of this color.

    Many thanks,

    JPR
     
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  3. TURBOQV

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    not a Modena or Maranello but the color u asked for.
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  5. rodsky

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    Awesome color and a great shot - beautiful
     
  6. TURBOQV

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    Thank You!

    it surprises a few 360 Modena owners too!

    ultimate sleeper, until she is spooled.
     
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  8. tifosi12

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  9. rodsky

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    By your response, I am sure she's not the standard 308. By your user name, I am assuming turbo's are involved. What are the specifics and specs (hp, etc.) that she is capable of?

    Regards
    DR
     
  10. Garretto

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    #8 Garretto, Dec 14, 2003
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    That is not GRIGIO ALLOY!!!

    Sorry pals but the pictures of 308's you have posted are not Grigio Alloy, or at least not the same shade in the current Ferrari colour range.

    Grigio Alloy is my favorite for the 360 and is also great for the 550. I would describe it as a silver with a light touch of blue. Absolutely great, very popular in Europe.

    Here are some pics:
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    What is Grigio Titanio? Can any one describe it?

    Thanks,

    Rob
     
  17. tvrfreak

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    Grigio Alloy is the light blue/silver color--absolutely fantastic. Very popular in Europe indeed.

    Grigio Titanio is the dark metallic grey with a very faint hint of green. I think that's what the color is in the first few photographs of this thread. If not, it's mighty close to it.
     
  18. TURBOQV

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    2003 Norwood Turbo

    1. Forged JE pisotns
    2. Norwood Head gaskets
    3. custom Air/Water intercooler
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    400hp @15psi
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    not your father's 308
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  19. ryder

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    sorry about the crap quality
    360=grigio titanio
    550=grigio alloy
    titanio is a darker grey, alloy lighter blue
     
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  23. A-Train

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    JPR,

    My other pics are all too big for this site to accept them and rather than me edit them down, just post an e-mail address or pm me and I can then e-mail you more if you'd like.

    - A-Train
     
  24. Hubert888

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    my 360 with GRIGIO TITANIO,
     
  25. ryder

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    I love your car, that colour is great. I f anybody finds pics of this enzo, please post 'em
     
  26. sparetireless

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    I agree with you, the only other color I think might look good too is azzuro.
     
  27. sparetireless

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    This is the azzuro, for some reason these pictures do not come out well even though they look good on my computer, once posted they are all grain. Any suggestions on how to post a good pic would be appreciated. I am setting the size down to 640 or below and that seems to wreck the photos? Sorry.
     
  28. Cavallini

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    Many thanks. jpr227@msn.com. Feel free to send as many shots as you'd like.
     

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