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Been away for a weeks break to Anglesey and took Pearl to Trac Mon/Anglesey Circuit. She certainly flaunted her curves in the sunshine and turned a few heads!!
 

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Looks stunning and look at her gleam

Don't you think the Oyster has different shades in different lights !

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Definitely Lyn. When it's dull/rainy the oyster grey looks very dark and sultry. Bright and sunny it looks a very pretty light grey colour with a sparkly, pinky tinge and sometimes when the sun hits it, it can look almost silver in appearance. Add the glittery, sparkling diamond black roof and WOW.... fabulous
 

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totally agree with everything

Classy combo

And a great looking car and it get quite a few commitments

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LynG said:
totally agree with everything

Classy combo

And a great looking car and it get quite a few commitments



How was Anglesey I've heard good things
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We have sited our touring caravan there for this season Lyn, so last week was our first week spent in Rhosneigr and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We're based right at the end of the RAF Valley runway so plenty of jet/helicopter activity/noise! 5 minute walk to the beautiful beach, lots of water sport activity if required. There's the race circuit just up the road, plus lots of lovely, scenic walks. That's just in the locality so we have plenty more exploring to do around the island over the next few months. From what we did see and do it was great and looking forward to going back at the end of May
 

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Sounds great and a definate place to visit and explore

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I have the Arizona coloured dci and that too seems to change colour depending on the lighting conditions, from a soft dark orange brown to a vibrant orange in the sun (doesnt sound much but's it is quite a palette.)

the oyster grey / black combo is definately a great look too
 

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I have the Arizona coloured dci and that too seems to change colour depending on the lighting conditions, from a soft dark orange brown to a vibrant orange in the sun (doesnt sound much but's it is quite a palette.)

the oyster grey / black combo is definately a great look too

I think they ar e slightly pearlesant Don't you ??

And they all look very chic

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We have sited our touring caravan there for this season Lyn, so last week was our first week spent in Rhosneigr and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We're based right at the end of the RAF Valley runway so plenty of jet/helicopter activity/noise! 5 minute walk to the beautiful beach, lots of water sport activity if required. There's the race circuit just up the road, plus lots of lovely, scenic walks. That's just in the locality so we have plenty more exploring to do around the island over the next few months. From what we did see and do it was great and looking forward to going back at the end of May

that's the circuit 5th gear use to test their car's is it not !
 

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wales is on our to do list ,,,,, done england,scotland and northern ireland, seen some cracking places to go to aswell so spoilt for choice
on the captur oyster grey club , dont you think it doesn;t seem to show the dirt too much , also agree that on a sunny day it looks like a different car <img src="http://www.capturownersclub.co.uk/forum/smileys/smiley4.gif" align="middle" /> <img src="http://www.capturownersclub.co.uk/forum/smileys/smiley2.gif" align="middle" /> <img src="http://www.capturownersclub.co.uk/forum/smileys/smiley1.gif" align="middle" /> Edited by: GORDONR
 
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