This is another tough question. Coupe or Spider?
+1.It depends on how you intend to use the car. If you are going to track it or use it for long cross continental trips definitely a coupe. For blasts through the countryside, a spider.
I wouldn't know for sure, but I would suspect that cars from the 360 onwards have a similar set up to my Audi (& most other modern convertibles) in the event of a rollover. There is a senser somewhere under the car and if the car tilts beyond say 45 degrees or the point of no return it triggers a switch, which in a split second, fires roll over hoops out from a panel behind the seats.Don't want to put a damper on spider enthusiasm here, but from a practical standpoint, I've wondered how F car spiders do when it comes to rollovers. I know.... rolling a Ferrari is frowned upon, and not recommended! But I do wonder if that were to happen, how protected a driver's head would be, especially a tall driver. F50s seem to have integral seat rollbars that would seem to solve the problem.
Real men won't complain about the wind blowing their hair all over. Only pretty boy types and women complain about their hair. More so you won't find the men without hair needing to complain or worry.What are you talking about??? Real men don't have hair. Last I knew, hair defined you as a girl or pretty boy wuss
Hahaha, your right, if I did have some hair I still would not complain due to the fact that I am in a FerrariI'm letting my hair grow, any problems with that? If you do, we can take it outside hehehehehehe
anyway, I went for a ride in Boxer's F50 yesterday and it did mass up my hair, but I didn't complain at all: that's the kind of problem I like to have! hehehehehe