If this sounds familiar to you, it probably is considering this has been around for quite a few years now, started by Terronium-12. The sole purpose of this is to be able to bring in more colours from many other vehicles, considering Forza's colour variety is probably still smaller compared to those of Gran Turismo. So basically, you can have any colour you want on any car you desire! Right now, Terronium's colours sheet feels slightly outdated, but if you do want to use it, go for it, because what may be featured there may not be included in this spreadsheet. HOW DOES IT WORK? https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...on-database-constant-work-in-progress.335447/ THE ORIGINAL SPREADSHEET CLICK HERE MY SPREADSHEET CLICK HERE LEGEND L: Left click (start of value) R: Right click (before next value) The public spreadsheet has since become a collaboration project after initially making the spreadsheet public, comprising of myself, @JaCor653 and @MadaraxUchiha. While we do add our own colours, we still take requests from everyone as long as they are colours which are not already featured. What we can say is that the spreadsheet is continuously growing, with more and more colours being added. Let's make this the ultimate colour database for Forza, shall we? Listed below are how the colour values are found, as well as where some samples are found: FINDING FORZA VALUES http://chris-hill.co.uk/forzacolour.php FINDING COLOURS http://paintref.com/paintref/index.shtml http://autocolorlibrary.com/ In some cases, reference images are used of any colour that is not featured on either of the websites listed above or any other website similar. When making a request for a specific colour, please check to see if it is already in the spreadsheet. If the colour you are after is not there, provide the name of the colour and which manufacturer(s) is belongs to. If it's a custom colour like a wrap, change out the manufacturer for the name of the company responsible for said wrap. Anything is welcome, so if you are after some wheel colours, those are more than welcome! And thanks to the help of @PlumCrazy010, we now have a library full of each colour in the spreadsheet applied to the C2 Corvette. If you're wondering what any colour will look like, this is the place to go.