Black and brown.....my favorite Jeep two tone combo. Mine looks just like that now!The biggest thing I've noticed with mine is that the smallest of scratches tend to be very visible, almost eye-catching. It's also hard to keep clean but I think that's not as much of an issue with a Jeep as it would have been with a luxury or sports car. I wouldn't call either of those a regret though, maybe an inconvenience at most. My other choice was a white one
Yep. I had a black Buick Grand National and a Mercury Grand Marquis in the mid to late 90’s. I learned my lesson. Especially since I used to be super picky on paint condition and how clean it was.No black for me - one vehicle 30 years ago taught me that lesson. The color ages poorly because chips, dings, and scratches show up so easily.
I would have to agree with your opinion haha. Now if I just had a 392 under the hood life would be great.Back in black. Had an 03 black Ram now have a black 392 ordered. My opinion is it looked the best with bronze and black looks good debadged if I pitch the bronze. Also I like black the best with the red accents. 2nd choice would be sting gray, probably the best dirty color.