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Old 10-29-2015, 01:30 AM   #1
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Matching the 2015 RW38GK color to a Ford truck

We are looking to match (as close as possible) the maroon color of our RW38GK - black and maroon color scheme - to a Ford F-350, which comes in Ruby Red. Can anyone provide advice on whether these 'maroon' colors are close enough to look good together?
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Old 10-29-2015, 03:41 AM   #2
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I wish I could answer your question as far as a "match"; but pulling a RW with any color truck is still going to be gorgeous to the onlooker.
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Old 10-29-2015, 06:26 AM   #3
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We looked at the ruby red and bronze fire side by side at the dealer alongside our redwood and chose the bronze fire. The many compliments have told us we made the right choice.
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That's a great question that I toiled over for a while! Dory was convinced that trying to match something that isn't quite a match would only make it worse so we just went white.

In retrospect, her Ruby Red Pearl SUV is a pretty darn close match, and it especially blends with the addition of the champaign at the bottom, but at a different time of day, they don't match at all. Heck, sometimes my white seems to match the cream color on ours.

I have the older burgundy/black, but these pics might help
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I think that anything you hook to the front of the RW will look fantastic !

OR - - you can always go Black on Black !! - You will never go back !

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Ken and Shelly's white looks great with that newer black and burgunday paint scheme, which actually has closer to white than mine does.

Jims KR Bronze Fire looks very close to that burgandy. Much closer than my ruby red.

I just clicked on my pictures to expand them, and didn't realize mine was so filthy - yuk - must of rained on the way down.
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I was lucky had the truck and just happened to go well with the RW
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