Gray cars

Stone. Slate. Pewter. Whatever you call it, we’ve been loving variations of this non-metallic color for awhile now. Here are a few we’ve come across.

Nice color.

Images via Pelican Parts, Jim BauerJames Lipman for Inside Line,, tcl, and other secondary sources

~ by velofinds on November 3, 2010.

15 Responses to “Gray cars”

  1. A Clubman, really?

  2. sure. fine, so they’re a bit of a guilty pleasure, but a jcw clubman? as a grocery getter? we would.

    (at least a preowned example- they cost way too much new.)

  3. nice, I think they would look very good with a red pinstripe running down the length of the cars.

    So glad it’s in style again!

  5. Good call. These have always been my favorite colors on cars!!!

  6. Porsche beautiful as always

  7. great selections as usual. thanks!

    do you have a link to the flickr page for the pic of the 356 cabriolet by the lake? i tried getting to the page with the file’s index number, but it said the page was private. much appreciated.

  8. had this post sitting bookmarked in my account for two weeks and finally got back around to it. absolutely fantastic.

  9. I saw (apparently) a 356 cabriolet soft-top the other day while I was driving home. It wasn’t this wonderful grey, but it still looked really sharp – thanks for the post and helping me finally figure out what that car was! 🙂

  10. Just got a gray car! Arabian gray with red interior. Can someone explain why almost every example of gray cars from the 60s has a red interior? Quite a number in the examples above do as well…sorry for reviving a year old post.

  11. gray bmw m1:

  12. How dare someone say buying a gray Porsche is gray. Gray Porsches are beautiful. Gray Porsches are beautiful. Gray Porsches are…

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