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He got the ghey

Actually, he's not. At least as far as I know. He's some Canadian kid who has a youtube channel and doesn't really give off the gay vibe, doncha' know, eh? NTTAWWT
 

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Actually, he's not. At least as far as I know. He's some Canadian kid who has a youtube channel and doesn't really give off the gay vibe, doncha' know, eh? NTTAWWT
Had no idea Divits had such a good Gaydar. Learn something hear every day.
 

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I'm not a fan of black interior on cars in Florida. Although the one I want does come with air cooled seats.

Black seats aren't what they used to be. with the air cooling system now, and tinted windows, you'd never have an issue. I couldn't believe my BIL had a black car with black leather seats in Phoenix. Albeit his windows were tinted beyond regulation, no issue at all. It get a little hotter in Phoenix than Florida.
 

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I like Sebring Orange better than Sebring White
 

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Red/tan would be my choice out of these.

Overall I think I like the Z06 in Sebring Orange Tintcoat with black leather interior. Has an aggressive feel.

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Black seats aren't what they used to be. with the air cooling system now, and tinted windows, you'd never have an issue. I couldn't believe my BIL had a black car with black leather seats in Phoenix. Albeit his windows were tinted beyond regulation, no issue at all. It get a little hotter in Phoenix than Florida.
So your position is that science doesnt exist in az anymore?
 

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Da Fuq are you talking about? I know your heat in Ohio isn't that bad. Please explain.
Idaho.

Ive lived in AZ for awhile and had an (unfortunately) dark blue car. It got hotter than the 7th level of hell. When it is 117 outside the car often got 140-150 degrees. Windows were tinted out completely.

Science is still science. Dark cars absorb more sunlight.
 

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Idaho.

Ive lived in AZ for awhile and had an (unfortunately) dark blue car. It got hotter than the 7th level of hell. When it is 117 outside the car often got 140-150 degrees. Windows were tinted out completely.

Science is still science. Dark cars absorb more sunlight.

Ezcept when it comes to those pesky chromosones.
 

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Black seats aren't what they used to be. with the air cooling system now, and tinted windows, you'd never have an issue.
Unless you have a convertible :lol: . I have black leather air cooled seats and always remote start the car to cool them down for 3 or 4 minutes before getting in the car but I made the mistake of leaving the top down and car parked in the sun for a little while once while wearing gym shorts and literally left the outer 3 layers of my backside skin stuck to those black leather seats when climbing in and thinking the seat cooling had cooled them down...:eek3: holy fukk...
 

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Unless you have a convertible :lol: . I have black leather air cooled seats and always remote start the car to cool them down for 3 or 4 minutes before getting in the car but I made the mistake of leaving the top down and car parked in the sun for a little while once while wearing gym shorts and literally left the outer 3 layers of my backside skin stuck to those black leather seats when climbing in and thinking the seat cooling had cooled them down...:eek3: holy fukk...

That was a visual none of us wanted or needed.

Alex.
 

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Orange & Blue, LMP3 Class winner Sunday of Rolex 24 at Daytona

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Believe it or not I could actually get an orange with blue interior.......but I won't.
 

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Looking for opinions I will probably ignore.

White with light grey interior......
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White with natural tan.....

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Or red with tan........


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They light grey looks almost white in the picture but it's more grey in person.

Dude, if you’re going to keep spelling gray the ghey way, it’s going to make following this thread difficult. ;)
 

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BTW, I’m a fan of the red & tan, but it’s a close second with the white/gray.
 

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So I ordered the white and gray. Now I just have to wait about a decade to get it. o_O

Thanks for all your input. I appreciate all the thoughtful responses and will be doing a thorough self examination as to whether or not I'm gay.

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