Should all Ferraris be red? I’m a traditionalist, so …

I’ve always believed that all Ferrari automobiles should be Ferrari red. After all, red is Ferrari. So, here’s a photo I took with my iPhone while stopped at a red light (no pun intended) here in Naples, Fla., on Feb. 23, 2019. That’s a Ferrari California – and most likely a Ferrari California T. Sweet ride! Yet, my first thought was why did this owner choose this color? It’s not red, but it’s a Ferrari. Hmmm. So, which do you like? PS — I used Photoshop to eliminate the license plate numerals. To compare colors, click here to see a Ferrari California in the traditional Ferrari red … (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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