Naturally there is a significantly higher number of colours and shades available for motorists to choose from in comparison to decades gone by. The impressive array of colours presents "a veritable menagerie of options: Anaconda Green, New Sable and Truffle Mica, to name a few", according to SifyNews.com.
SifyNews.com continues by suggesting that colour palettes are tailored to "a vehicles exact size, style and segment". Meanwhile many drivers choose a colour that best reflects their own personal interests.
Classic cars such as the Lotus and Aston Martin portfolio of vehicles traditionally boast dark racing green and dark silver colours. But when the Aston Martin V12 Vantage RS concept car was released it revealed a baby blue finish instead, highlighting the changing trends of modern society that allow us to express ourselves.
The only danger with expressing ourselves too much, particularly with a classic car, is that it can significantly increase classic car insurance premiums. SifyNews.com believes that "people are tired of the same old mood of what has been going on for the last few years, so they are going to want to express themselves in new and unique ways."
Any changes or modifications to your classic car should involve you notifying your classic car insurance provider. Failure to do so could invalidate your policy and any potential claims made down the line.
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