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I was painting some accessories to match a 99 360 in Fly Yellow. I had some paint mixed up in Valspar refinish colorbase. I know this is really bad quality paint but it's not for the car only stuff to match the car. The paint was listed as alpha romeo / ferrari code 102 1992. If I'm not mistaken 102 is the correct color code for fly yellow and the paint I got leaned way more to the oarnge then the car. How many variations of this color have there been over the years and are they all code 102 or are there other ways to diferentiate them. I don't want to have the paint remixed in another system unless, I know I'm getting the right stuff. Any Help..... Thanks
 

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Alfa Romeo and Ferrari never share the same shades of colour. You have to suspect that the paint is not of the correct shade in the first place. I don't have the code for Giallo Fly perhads Adlin can help. Now where is he?
 

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I just checked and there are as many as 6 color codes for each paint supplier and PPG uses another paint code all togeter.
 

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well, as far as I know Ferrari yellow always was FER102, but you can call PPG to confirm it, and ask where you can get it.
 

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Enzo250GTO said:
360c said:
No, this is a new arrival. It's for sale at Maranello Motorsports S/N 133512
assembly number 50757 www.maranellomotorsport.com.au
They have a nice collection of cars. It is nice to see what is available around the world. Do you have any idea why the Enzo cannot be registered in Australia?
Generally speaking, you can't register a LHD car in Australia unless it is 30yrs or more since it was produced. There are some limited exceptions in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
There are also VERY prohibitive taxes here which limit the market for cars like these.
 
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