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      11-07-2011, 08:55 PM   #23
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Ok, how do you know people running their hands across a dirty frozen black car will scratch it?
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      11-07-2011, 09:04 PM   #24
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First day I got my frozen black M3 somebody at the dealer decided they would run their 3 fingers across the door. Scratched the hell out of it, People havnt stopped touching it since. Luckily nobody has scratched it as bad as that. Everybody sees the color and goes ohhhh I wonder what that feels like and rubs the dirt into the paint and like any other car it scratches.
Wow, I was thinking of making an offer on a frozen silver, but after that I think avoiding the frozen colors is in my best interest - things like that would drive me nuts!

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No worries, you came across just fine. You said to ask, I wanted to know, so I asked!
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      11-07-2011, 09:48 PM   #25
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awesome. Pic def do not give Matte M's justice.
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      11-07-2011, 10:47 PM   #26
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First day I got my frozen black M3 somebody at the dealer decided they would run their 3 fingers across the door. Scratched the hell out of it, People havnt stopped touching it since. Luckily nobody has scratched it as bad as that. Everybody sees the color and goes ohhhh I wonder what that feels like and rubs the dirt into the paint and like any other car it scratches.

Hope I didnt come off wrong...Im just trying to convey my experience.
That's weird! That must have been some corse dust and they rubbed hard as hell! Either way that sucks! In my personal experience the frozen grey is super easy to care for and so far no scratches or swirls (knock on wood!)
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      11-08-2011, 02:58 AM   #28
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That's weird! That must have been some corse dust and they rubbed hard as hell! Either way that sucks! In my personal experience the frozen grey is super easy to care for and so far no scratches or swirls (knock on wood!)
I think the difference in color darkness between the grey and black is huge in terms of what it will show. I also drive the car every day so it tends to get dirty and give more people the opportunity to touch it.
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