JL Renders with Willys 1946 Colors

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You did a great job!

If it's not too much trouble, how about a picture of the Harvard Red without the Paint color chart. This is my new desktop wallpaper.





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See if this will work for you. The forum limited the upload file size.

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You know, I was thinking that Normandy Blue is a crazy color name for 1946. It's like using something called Fallujah Tan in 2005. Not exactly a name with positive Jeep thoughts.
I hear you. But - Ever been to Normandy? It's one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to. The locations of the invasion and the cemetery is breathtaking in so many ways. But if you explore the rest of Normandy; it's amazing, the colors, narrow streets, landscape... I get the color name. Not to mention it's an industry standard name for that color - not just a Jeep color name.

Best part of Normandy ? The people. To this day are quite thankful of the Allied sacrifices in their land. You'd think the war was just a few years ago with all the love of America and the Allies.
 
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I think from a marketing point of view, FCA should have one Willys Original color available each year. On a continuous 5-year cycle, they make a Willys Wheeler-only color. So twice a decade, your color comes up for sale. Each of these colors hold up today and I think it would be a great throwback. I know a lot of Jeepers would love that.
 

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