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Carbon fiber bodywork keeps the weight down, finished in a shade of Dark Battleship Grey with subtle ghosted stripes, black lettering, and deck-lid badging finished in nickel. Adding to the overall look, the owner also specified a center-mounted external fuel filler cap on the hood and carbon-ceramic brakes.
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