I think mine is aconite. I prefer to call it Royal Purple rather than
Barney Purple. ;-) My first kid is thankfully out of it, but my second one
is just getting geared up for the big B, uggh.
Are there any pictures of aconite midgets or B s out there on any web sites?
(note no apostrophes)
> Black tulip is a dark purple, whereas aconite is sort of a bright Barney
> (the dinosaur) purple. I know some people who went with aconite because
> it was original for their year (they wanted "purple") and was shocked at
> how it turned out. Pays to see what the color you're painting your car
> looks like first. :-)
> When we painted mine, it cross-referenced to a '95 BMW M3 color, but I
> don't have the paint code with me. Also, you can go to a paint shop and
> have them mix a little and spray a card for you. You can see some
> photos of my black tulip project at the link below.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michel R. Gagne [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 11:17 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Paint source for purple midge
> I9m looking for a source of spray paint for doing several interior parts
> my 74 1/2 midge. The color is a dark purple, and I haven9t yet figured
> whether the color is aconite or black tulip. In any case I was hoping
> I could purchase several spray cans of paint that would be close to the
> color that I plan to respray the entire car (probably next summer some
> time). I plan to respray the vehicle with whatever color it now is
> since I
> like it.
> Thanks again,
> Mike Gagne