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Ferrari's at Sinsheim and a Vector too

The Sinsheim museum close to Stuttgart is well worth a visit. Hard to miss it with a pair of concords parked on the roof of one of two warehouses full of cars, planes, trains and military memoribilia. Some superb Ferrari's and a Vector that I believe will be on the RM auction block in London today.
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A few more pictures
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Oh, I thought those pics were taken in Boxer's garage. My bad.


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My pleasure, it is easy to spend a full day there comparing the Concordé with the Russian "Concordsky" followed by two huge warehouses filled with great cars, fighter jets, boat, planes, trains and military stuff. Some more pics
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Oh, I thought those pics were taken in Boxer's garage. My bad.


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LOL.... WOW TWO SSTs? That first one is a Tupolev TU144 or a replica of one?

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LOL.... WOW TWO SSTs? That first one is a Tupolev TU144 or a replica of one?
Spot on, the first one is a genuine Tupolev TU144 ("Concordsky") and the second one a genuine Uk-French Concordé. Was great to see them in their magnificence and then clamber around inside. Must have been incredible to have flown in them! Here's a shot of the TU144 cockpit in contrast to that of the Concordé shown in a previous picture.
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Very nice Vitalone! You must let me know when you are doing these things next time...

The Vector sold for close to GBP180k, BTW.


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Wow, this looks like a cool destination. Switching to cars again for a second. Is there something different about the rear of that black 246 Dino that is suspended up in the air?... nevermind, looks like the black bar that's part of the apparatus holding the car up, since the colors are similar it made the rear wing look odd at first glance.
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Hmmm. yeah it looks like it's got a ducktail... Love that shot of the Tupolev btw... how do you avoid all that wind shear standing on the wing like that at speed?

Thanks for the info about the Vector Victor... Onno...

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A lot of money for that Vector. In contrast they got the Tupolev for free and paid €1 for the Concordé. Although they said it cost several 100k to transport each one across. Dino looked standard and stunning in black.
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