Everyone has different color preferences on cars, though, to be fair, you can’t really go wrong with any basic shade of black, grey and white, which is why you always see these colors on all dealer lots.
Opinions start to diverge when you stray away from the standard palette of colors, with each person having their own favorite shades for different cars.
Me? I always liked Porsche’s Wimbledon Green Metallic, which is far more bluish-green than what its English name suggests. In my eyes, a 993-generation 911 looks perfect in this color, but I wouldn’t say no to this custom-ordered 1993 Porsche 928 GTS.
Granted, the green leather seats with red-piping wouldn’t have been my first choice for the interior, but the exterior looks pretty snazzy and special compared to your usual crop of exterior paints.
Another issue I, or rather my pockets have, is the…eBay asking price of $69,500, which may or may not be justified by the 928’s color-rarity, 5-speed manual and fairly low mileage for the year (50,976 miles or about 82,000 kilometers).