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Granite crystal with silver stripes for those that wanted to see

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Thanks! That color looks clean.
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Is granite crystal just a new name for Tungsten? Looks just like my car.

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Nice color, I like it!
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I like it, very understated and clean.

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Is granite crystal just a new name for Tungsten? Looks just like my car.
It looks just slightly darker than tungsten, but I think its pretty similar.
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Man a Granite R/T Classic with those GWE wheels would look amazing.

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It has been interesting to see 3 different gray colors, Dark Titanium, Tungsten Gray and now Granite Crystal. A lot of similar colors in the past few years.

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very nice looks good

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It looks just slightly darker than tungsten, but I think its pretty similar.

I saw one in real life this past weekend. The color is much darker than the Tungsten. In the sun it has a pewter tint to it.

It's going to look pretty sharp with a few coats of Zaino.
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