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post #21 of 24 Old 09-03-2010, 01:36 PM
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I actually seriously considered a C-4 because of the glorious sound of the V-12 but couldn't qiute warm up to the styling. I felt that if I wasn't too sure of the styling before the purchase. After the novelty wore off, I would probably regret it. I haven't seen any good 365 GT 2+2's around. Thank you for the suggestions though!

Mike Sheehan has a very nice looking 365 GT 2+2 for sale currently.
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post #22 of 24 Old 09-04-2010, 06:20 AM Thread Starter
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Yes. I was thinking more like the older 2+2 cars of the '60s and '70s eras. Actually, just last week, I saw this beautiful, fully restored 250 GTE for sale at the Tom Yang site. I don't think you can go wrong if Tom Yang is behind this car. Why don't you take a look. Personally, I trust Tom when it comes to these older Ferraris. Good luck. w/ smiles Jimmy

http://www.tomyang.net/cars/ferrari.html check under the top left box of "Restoration Diary".
Thank you Jimmy, I will take a closer look because I really want an older car as opposed to something modern. I already have a modern exotic which I love. But I'm now looking for an older or vintage car.
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Mike Sheehan has a very nice looking 365 GT 2+2 for sale currently.
Thanks Boxer. I will take a look at this also!
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Thank you Jimmy, I will take a closer look because I really want an older car as opposed to something modern. I already have a modern exotic which I love. But I'm now looking for an older or vintage car.
This car that I mentioned does look to be a well cared and restored 250GTE. It appears that the owner and Tom both wish to find a new onwer that would appreciate the car. Contact Tom Yang and I do not think you would be disappointed. Good luck. w/ smiles Jimmy
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