Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Far end of the P pond
Ferrari Life Posts: 6,738
I am nowhere near as analytical as 212Export, but if I am not wrong, the number of new F-cars sale per year in Japan is in the low, three digit figures. Even tho the Japan market is not compararble to the size of US or Europe and with the sour economy here, the production figures of modern models is quite unbelievable. That certainly is a lot of F-cars per model per year. I suppose the problem is my mothballed brain nerons that I seemed to have left behind somewhere in the past.
As a simple comparison purpose, Dino 246 GT Tipo L were made between 1969 till 1970 for a total of 357 Tipo L model (the rest were Tipo M and E models and GTS), ranging from 00400 ~ 01116. My Dino is a 1969 #00508. Only 81 model L were made in the year of 1969. Extrapolating, my car is number 54th model in production ! w/ smiles Jimmy