I was worried about the biscuit/aluminum/black/NFB contrast inside the cockpit but having the car I really don't think it clashes. The Aluminum is the floor and the pedals and it lets you know you've got something special in this car, the other colors actually go well together.MattG said:Agreed, but it doesn't seem to go as well with the exposed aluminum everywhere.
Hmm, maybe that's why the touring pack got extra carpet?!
Vantage I knew I liked the color in that picture . The sales person at Palm Beach Motor cars told me that NFB is a color that originally came from the Aston line.Vantage said:Hi Fred,
Rumor flying around among Elisetalkers during the LA Auto Show, was that the DB9 featured at the same show was our famed Nightfall Blue Metallic. Not sure if there is any truth to that, but they look similar. Only you may know for sure.
I know the AM dealer around these parts keeps PPG books handy in case you want to order any color from the past 60 years.