If you ask me, they are missing a lot of colors in there. We have our choice from mostly neutral and bland choices: most are whites (2), greys (2), silvers (2) (generally considered colors for people who don't know what color car they want) and one black, which is the absence of color (or all colors, depending); that's 70% of the palate, leaving only 3 real "colors": red, blue and orange (surely not the first choice of too many buyers in this price range). I'm considering an RC350 with no F of either sort, so the blue and orange are not available to me. On the other hand, I like the red (and the "clove"), so I'm not distressed for myself, but getting back to the point of Odetta's note, where is the dark green and the medium blue or light blue or the tans and the browns or even the fire-engine-arrest-me red. Surveys show greys and whites are very popular and very common (just look around the mall parking lot), but this is a bit of an unusual car not directed at the average buyer. I'm disappointed, but not disappointed enough to tell my salesman to cancel my request for a fully loaded red w clove.
Is Earl Scheib still in business?