What do you think is the most stealth color? Can the stripes be removed? ;D
DIB is not a Boss color for 2013.Bossfan said:If you are asking about
1. The 'regular' Boss 302 and not the Laguna Seca
2. Want to remain with the standard colors by not repainting
3. Stealth against the police
I suggest the Deep Impact Blue. It is, from what I have read in past years, the most friendly color to the police.
If you are open to repainting, which I believe you are not, I suggest more neutral and popular colors like silver, gray and also those colors used by retyred -type folks and their Crown Vics in the tan/sandy or light green colors.
The only other way to be stealthly is to blend in with the cars around you in speed, no fast moves, be polite - or just all-around intelligent driving.
ace72ace said:Stealth-ifying the Boss seems to be another example of 'doing it wrong'. Buy a track pack GT and go from there. My 2c.
Reminds me of the saying "You can't tell a book by its cover". Point: A car can look slow or fast, but it is what the driver does that counts.06GT to 13LS said:Pete,
Your bright red roof and C-stripe might have something to do with that. One of the reasons I went with the Black/Gray LS is to not visually scream "Speeder" from a mile down the road. Now audibly is another story. I'm sure it will actually scream.