Two-tone paint is something that has been lost to time, as very few—if any—new cars are available with any type of split-color design. But there were a multitude of vintage cars with factory two-tone paint. We want you to tell us which is best.
Trace the automotive timeline all the way back to when cars were just beginning to break through the stigma of being toys for the rich, and you can find the difference between the best and the rest was sometimes just trim details. Two-tone paint required greater preparation and time to complete properly compared to a single-color paint job.
That complexity never went away, which might explain why two-tone was never universally adopted. That relative rarity makes seeing a well done two-tone paint job stand out that much more. For this Question of the Week we want you to share the car you think had the best factory two-tone.