As some here already know (mostly, the locals and the Boxer folks), I'm in the midst of what's amounting to a "Ground-Up Resto-Light" on #42849. The original color, Bianco Avus, is really sort of a dirty white, made especially obvious when side-by-side with its garage-mates, and I have been tracking down some "whiter" Bianco options. However, I haven't been able to compare anything larger than paint samples/chips, and FNA is has proven to be fairly useless. The best candidates so far are "Bianco Polo" and "Polo Bianco", which actually are different, but one at least trace back to the 60s (can't recall which), so would be "period correct" and acceptable for the last of the fully-hand-formed-era cars. Does anyone have a better idea of what "whiter" whites Ferrari has used in the past, or even better, an actual car in a cleaner-white-than-Bianco Avus white? No, she won't be joining the throngs of Red, "Resale", or otherwise.