Image Unavailable, Please Login I finally received my Pista and wanted to share. The design brief was the race car I wanted when I was a wee lad. First, it had to be red. After considering a couple dozen options, I finally selected R. Tornado, a triple layer TM color, inspired by the 750 Monza (so they tell me). It's non-metallic, and more red and, well, luscious than R. Corsa. On a color wheel of well-known reds, as you move from the orange of Dino, to Scuderia and then Corsa, Tornado would be the next stop. To my eyes, it doesn't quite transition to the cooler, more purple reds that follow in the spectrum. For the stripe, I considered different colors and combos but ultimately went with metallic B. Nart flanking the vintage non-metallic B. Biano. The white is wider than standard, and helps the metallic blue pop in the sunlight. Painted shields, of course. The exterior carbon is finished matt, which dials the flash down just a notch. Ultimately it was, for this car, the perfect grace note IMHO. For wheels and calipers, I went with a brighter, matching pair which I think ties the theme together. Darker wheels and especially the carbon rims looked out of place. I wanted a simplified interior, so opted against power-clashing stripes and stitching, and tried to minimize the variety of materials and textures. The seats are beige peccary with smooth panelling, the simplest seat design available, and cross-stitching on the side, to hearken back to the old days of racing. I love the seats. The fit and finish is superb, and the material is better than I anticipated. Quilted stitch patterns in the floor well and rear wall also evoke that era. Paddles are color-matched to the exterior, as is the TM badging, in matt Tornado. I must acknowledge my appreciation to the tailor made team that helped me. So many details that they suggested, as well as some ideas I had that they gently advised against, really brought the whole car together. Left to my own devices, I would never have arrived at the final combination. She's had her time in the spa, getting the paint corrected (minor swirls; Zanasi did a great job with the paint), complete wrap and then ceramic coat. I took her on a gas tank-worth circle-island drive today. Only 400 miles to go in the break-in period before I can really explore the driving characteristics. Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Because I ordered the car in the Before Times, and there were understandable delays and concerns with Covid, my wife surprised me by painting an updated version of the Road Warrior, starring us and the Pista as the Interceptor. Last of the V8s, it fits. She doesn't paint portraits or cars, but I'm stoked by how it turned out. It still needs a dirt layer and I'm trying to convince her to add the mohawk guy trying to break through the roof. When I brought up raising the suspension and changing out the wheels and adding some crash bars, she gave me a look that said 'don't push your luck.' She's the best. Image Unavailable, Please Login Funny: I pulled into a beach-side parking lot and went to a deserted corner for some glamor shots. Immediately, 6 people (3 different groups) appear to talk cars and take pics. Then three squad cars arrived to gently educate us (I only got two in the pic) that we were too many, too close, and not masked. No tickets, thankfully. Talked a little story with the officers, and of course we have common friends. Small island. I'm a lucky guy to have such a fun car with which to explore a small fun island. Cheers Image Unavailable, Please Login NB I know this isn't the actual last Pista. It just feels that way to me.