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Did you put an aftermarket radio in your Ferrari?

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None if any at all

Personally, if the radios are orginal, I leave it as it is. As a matter of fact, lately I have reached the point where I am not interested in radios (music) during driving, especially in my Ferraris. I just drive and enjoy the engine sound and so forth. I don't have any radios at all in my BB and Dino. Recently purchased Daytona comes w/ the original radio but it won't work here in Japan and I do not intend to replace it. Jimmy
 

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Jimmy Chen Shiba DDS said:
...I have reached the point where I am not interested in radios (music) during driving, especially in my Ferraris.

I would tend to agree, however I have found myself taking some longer trips (2 hours or more) and running at a constant 80 MPH and it gets pretty boring. The factory radio seems pretty lame. ('03 360 Spider).
 

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limbo said:
Why is easy - because when your driving for 2 hour jaunts on the interstate, it can get pretty boring just listening to the same tone all that time ;)
Definitely see your point, especially in any of the late model Ferraris, and running down a dead straight US highway for hours on end. Had I kept the 456 GT longer term, I probably would have gone down this route.
 
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