I painted my first truck this awesome shade of deep blue metallic onthe reddish side of the spectrum.. no it wasn't purple it was still blue but it wasn't viper gts either (suggestion 1)
I remember it was one of the blues offered with one of the firebird formulas in the early 90's. It was hot on a truck, never seen a better looking b2. suggestion 2
I've seen a CJ with a silver that closely resemebled audi's. That was interesting.
Viper gts blue is always a hot color, i painted my buddies old bike and damn the thing looked cool.
More blues,, LE5N or LE3P from volkswagen(1987)... though you'll never see a vw with either colors.. One is a rich red metallic, and the other is a deep deep shade of blue with just enough metal flakes to make it change shades in the sun... awesome.
just remember if you're meticulous about the looks of your jeep, dark colors show dents and dirt, light colors hide them.
Here's my realsuggestion. drive around and look for good colors.. sometimes the most boring car has a good color that will make another truck/car look better. Also drive through dealers.. jeep had some of the best colors available in the mid 90's.. i think they would still be the leading edge for colors. VW has a couple shades of blue that look really good. honda has some goldish/brown that looks sweet too..
and finally, take a trip to a paint shop or a place that sells auto paints NAPA martin senour for example has paint chip books.. I would spend a few days looking through them.. and make sure to take the book into the sunlight,, sometimes it helps.
'92 YJ, 4.0L, rs5000, bds 2", 30" for now.