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April 09, 2009

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Angelo

Looks like a UPS truck.

¾ Blind

Dark brown adorned some post WWII cars during the film noir period. Do a Google image search for 1946 Ford. Here's a '46 Merc Woody though it looks more root beer than chocalate.
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/1946-mercury-sportsman.htm
I remember dark brown "earth tone" cars during the '70s perhaps related to the back-to-nature movement.

Jeffrey McMahon

I actually like the color.

Angelo

We had a 1972 Dodge Charger in dark brown metallic with a black vinyl roof and black interior. Very nice color.

Leisa Dreps

It's a gorgeous color, alright. Very sensual. I guess calling it "Bitter Chocolate" was just a marketing strategy. Well, if it was, it sure worked. I wouldn't be surprised if you get free chocolate for purchasing the car. LOL

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