Very good point! And you're also right that the salesman is looking at volume of cars, which has little or nothing to do with what certain individuals want. The list of preferred colors of all new cars sold in the US in recent years doesn't correspond to Ferrari at all. Ferraris are rare, high performance cars, most of which look better in brighter colors than a typical minivan, SUV, luxury boat, economy compact, etc. Ferrari buyers, obviously, don't want a typical car - and quite a few don't even want a Ferrari in a typical color. For what it's worth, a dealer at Ferrari of Denver told me, a few years ago, that the top-selling Ferrari colors in his recent experience, at that time, were red, black, yellow, and silver. This says little about the re-sale value of any single given car, though. If any Ferrari was impossible to sell in a certain color, Ferrari wouldn't paint them that color. A new Ferrari costs a lot of money, or at least a lot of money compared to most other cars. If one has the wherewithal to buy one, he should consider first and foremost, that the car is for him - not for an unknown future owner. ___________________________ Spill-Chick well insure itch weird U right's spilled property.