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I'm new to the forum and was wondering if you guys could help me out, theres an ad in the classified for a Ferrari 580, I've never heard of this model, and I was hoping you guys could tell me what it is, or what it may be.

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The ad said: Ferrari 580, You move $500. I figured it cant be that bad, for only $500 I'm going to go take a look. No picture.
 

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Strange. If it were me, I'd take the time to go look just to satisfy my curiousity. (And I'd bring $500 with me, just in case).
 

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A good high detailed scale model of a Ferrari would set you back $500. There have been scale models up for grabs on eBay which have been advertised as though they are real cars, but I've never heard of a 580 - maybe a twin-engined 290 :lol:
 

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for 5 big ones?!

Maybe 580 stands for how much the cars weighs in lbs without the engine, transmission, interior, glass or axles?!
 

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Now I really want to know what this is. :D
I'm imagining a 250 added to a 330, or maybe a 125 and a 275, combined with half a 360 :lol: :lol:
 

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marlin said:
Now I really want to know what this is. :D
I'm imagining a 250 added to a 330, or maybe a 125 and a 275, combined with half a 360 :lol: :lol:
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marlin said:
Now I really want to know what this is. :D
I'm imagining a 250 added to a 330, or maybe a 125 and a 275, combined with half a 360 :lol: :lol:
8) 8)

Awesome math skills, and very clever use of the models! How many more can you come up with?
 

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Enzo250GTO said:
marlin said:
Now I really want to know what this is. :D
I'm imagining a 250 added to a 330, or maybe a 125 and a 275, combined with half a 360 :lol: :lol:
8) 8)

Awesome math skills, and very clever use of the models! How many more can you come up with?
Thanks Andrew. :D The only other ones I can think of is a 118, 212, 250 combination, a 268 and a 312, or a 126, 248 and a 206.
 
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