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post #1 of 6 Old 05-17-2008, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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Niiiice ride

Past favorite Fcars were pretty much limited to the Mid engine 8's. 288GTO is the all time favorite followed closely by the 348 and 355. Went to an open house at an independant dealer/restorer today. Found another one to add to the list. Dream garage now includes a 250 GTB/4

OK...so when I hit the lottery/rob a bank/start selling crack
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post #2 of 6 Old 05-17-2008, 04:44 PM
 
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Verrrry nice!

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It's hard to NOT like that car.
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It's hard to NOT like that car.
Agreed. Lots of love gone into making that car look that good.

What's the black one at the end ?? Also looks pretty cool. I like the thunderbirdy look of the headlights.

You see? I can like ferrari's... they just need to be old...
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What's the black one at the end ?? Also looks pretty cool. I like the thunderbirdy look of the headlights....
1964? 330 GT 2+2

Can't find the pics I have of that one. its next to the dino in this shot. and similar (in body lines) to this absolutely magnificent 1962 250 GTE
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1964? 330 GT 2+2

Can't find the pics I have of that one. its next to the dino in this shot. and similar (in body lines) to this absolutely magnificent 1962 250 GTE
It makes me think of this one, and I believe it's indeed a '64. An old friend of my father has one. The doors are about 6 inches thick. Very VERY cool car. I absolutely love the details and the overall styling. It's just way too ridiculously over the top extravagant.

The black ferrari at the end has the same headlights.

The styling of the other car you posted makes me think of an Alfa Romeo I once saw at a dutch ferrari dealer (that later burned down). It was sort of like a Giulia but more elegant somehow and it was definetly not a Giulietta. I think it was a bit like the second picture below, but more... flowing lines. I can't define it and sadly I can't remember every car I've ever seen

I love classic cars...
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