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In my opinion, i only have 1 real two-tone model in my collection.
I believe two-tone to be 2 parts of the car to be be painted in 2 different colors.

Not talking about stripes, hood/trunk in another color, racing livery, colored fins (like belair '57),
those are just "details" or decorations (otherwise a VW Golf with colored mirrors could be called two-tone as well),
but actually 2 seperate parts like a colored or white roof, under/above the chrome trimming on the side,


or sidewalls like on the my F150 Harley-Davidson below


Anyone else shares my opinion?
 

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1952 Hudson Hornet Club Coupe (French Gray/Toro Red) - Highway 61



1953 Kaiser Manhattan (Cerulean Blue/Peacock Blue) - Highway 61



1969 Dodge Dart GTS "Mod Top" (Bright Green/White Stripes) - Highway 61



1970 Dodge Challenger T/A 340 Six Pack (Metallic Blue/Black Stripes) - Highway 61



1960 Plymouth Fury Hard Top (Oyster White/Turquoise Metallic) - Sun Star Platinum



1971 Ford Torino Cobra (Light Green/Laser Stripes) - Auto World

 
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