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Here's my thought: paint the main body of the cabs red (roof, hood, trunk/hatch, fenders), the passenger doors that silvery-grey used on the Circulator, and then have a standardized yellow box with black text that includes the name of the cab company and phone number. In this way, you could have a color scheme that matches the Circulator without taxi owners having to worry about expensive, complex respray costs. Also, I think there should be some flexibility in the red base color, so that a cab operator buying Toyota Camries can simply chose that OEM's "Barcelona Red Metallic" while someone buying Ford Transit Connects can simply do "Race Red."

by Circle Thomas on Dec 10, 2012 4:10 pm • linkreport

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