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First, there were at least five major (and a few minor) shades of red used on PERy cars from 1902 until its final demise in 1961. The first is Pre-Merger Red. This color, sometimes referred to as "crimson" was used to about 1915.Why is the color red so popular in cars?
It's no wonder that car manufacturers almost always offer a shade or two of red for their vehicles. The color red has been so important to automotive history that it was, in fact, the first color offered by Henry Ford after black. Since then, we've seen a million shades ranging from near orange to maroon purple.What is the history of the Red Car?
For the British town, see Redcar. The Pacific Electric Railway Company, nicknamed the Red Cars, was a privately owned mass transit system in Southern California consisting of electrically powered streetcars, interurban cars, and buses and was the largest electric railway system in the world in the 1920s.What makes red candy custom red auto paint colors unique?
Red Candy custom red auto paint colors are unique in the automotive paint world. True candy colors are created in a 3 step process with the first step being some kind of reflective base (usually metallic, the second step being a transparent colored layer, and the 3rd being a protective clear coat.