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Old 01-15-2018, 10:43 AM   #1
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Dark Highland Green — vs — Guard Green

I would love to find a new Bullitt Mustang when they come out and park our Guard Green ‘Vert next to it.
The colors look REALLY close, although I can already see the Highland looks to have a blueish tint, and possible has more silver metal flake. Guard is, I think, darker and has more gold metal flake in it.
Regardless, nice to see Ford bring back another dark green color on the ‘Stang.
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Maybe your local Ford dealer will have a Bullitt soon, and you could do a side by side comparison.
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Dark Highland Green — vs — Guard Green

Wish my Ford dealer would get one, but they are one of the small dealers that get told what they can and can’t have on the lot.
If they were under 60k with all options I’d seriously consider getting one. Doubt that’ll happen though. So a 2V will do.
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Maybe your local Ford dealer will have a Bullitt soon, and you could do a side by side comparison.
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I’ll have to ask my salesman friend if they are going to get a Bullitt, and then ask if I can take the pics you describe. I’d love that!
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DHG is a bit more saturated of a green. Guard looks to be a tad "faded" in comparison.
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