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Matty... I'm guessing we're about 25 years apart in age. ;)
lol..early 40’s here. It seems chrome was somewhat popular in the 90’s but didn’t like it then either. Retired neighbor has a black SS Impala (a newer one) with big factory chrome rims and it’s definitely sharp, just not my style for an everyday. Now, if I could have say 4-5 cars, I may have room for some chrome.
 

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In addition to the deep scarlet Passport Elite, I've got a deep scarlet Ridgeline RTL-E which has a lot of bright trim, including the bright trim strip along the bottom of the doors. They sit side-by-side in the garage and I'm not sure which one I like the best, but I think I like the Ridgeline's bright trim as it is a better contrast to the deep red color. I hope Honda will give future Passport buyers a choice.
 

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Honda took great steps to separate the Passport from the Pilot, and the lack of chrome was part of their well conceived plan, I don't see them making it MORE Pilot-like anytime soon...
 

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Really liked the '66 to '68 GM body styles. Chrome in all the right places.
This was my '66 Pontiac LeMans Sprint. Sure wish I still had this. Or better yet, the GTO!
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Ohhhh, car porn that I can relate to.

True story here: my father (RIP) owned a Pontiac (Buick, Land Rover) dealership back then.

He had a brand new 64 Goat (in silver) but nobody wanted silver - so he sent it to the bodyshop; when it returned it was Burgundy - and sold. Pontiac advertised it at a buck a pound. The orange 69 Judge sold quickly - at more than a buck a pound.
 
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