bianco fuji is not a chalk white. it does not have any matte finish.Bianco Fuji (a chalk white) is just a stunning color. Definitively a collectible. And the best one to have if you drive in areas prone to rock chipping
Oh sorry, you're right, what I really meant was that it's anything but the typical white clearcoat. That's what I wanted to say. My apologies, my sincere apologiesbianco fuji is not a chalk white. it does not have any matte finish.
if anything it is best described as a pearl white that is not yellowish.
FYI bianco fuji is used on the MC12.
as for collectible someone mentioned, i would imagine a MC Victory to be more collectible.
yes, it probably means shit as much as people put 'ferrari yellow' or 'ferrari red' on their cars. cos someone mention 'collectible color', i would imagine you would have to have something to back up this comment. (how rare it is, how much it costed extra, etc etc)Oh sorry, you're right, what I really meant was that it's anything but the typical white clearcoat. That's what I wanted to say. My apologies, my sincere apologies
On a more serious note and TBH, whilst I agree with the MCV (as it is a limited production car) you don't see many Bianco Fuji around. I would say they are as rare as the MCV.
The fact the Bianco Fuji is used on the MC12 means shit, as the Q here is if you can find it in the Coupes. And then, there are not many MC12 around, right?
Just my 2c.