Originally Posted by Dino944
No that is not accurate. While many of his Ferraris are red, I presume it was because as many collectors do when restoring a car, they have them restored in their original color. He has several sports cars that are not red such as a silver Porsche 550, Silver 959, Silver McLaren F1, orange McLaren F1 LM, a silver Jag XKSS, a British Racing Green Jag D Type, Black Bugattis, a Silver MB 300SL Gullwing. Those are just some of his non red-vintage cars. I believe when he bought a trio of Ferrari 430s he bought one red, one black and one yellow. Cheers.
He does some of them apparently:
"The cars are arranged by make, not by chronology, which usually also means that the floors are organized by color, since almost all of the Ferraris are red, the Porsches black, and the Jaguars dark green."
From Vanity Fair
. It also says that he actually paints some of them slightly different than the standard reds.
"a few have been painted in colors that are a slight tint off from the original, changed to something almost the same but with a subtle difference that is more pleasing to the owner’s eye,"
"He moved on to two Mercedes, one a Gullwing coupe, the other a 300SL Roadster, both painted in a color that is almost, but not quite, the standard German silver. Lauren’s cars have a touch of cream mixed in."
He apparently also reupholsters them in better leather (not hard if you don't care about wear characteristics).