I could help you big time if you were in KL. The dealer's showroom/workshop is a 2nd home for me. We hang out there at least 2 evenings a week and certainly on Saturday afternoons. I could sit in any car, take picture, open the engine, the boot or whatever. I have had the chance to drive all the cars that came there as demos. A Bentley Arnage T, Bentley Le Mans, Rolls Royce Camargue, Maseratis but never a Ferrari because they're pre-ordered by the customer. Besides the only current Ferrari that I haven't driven is the Enzo. There's one there being stored for the owner, who's a close friend of mine. But he's still very. very stingy with his Enzo. :green:Dr. Bob said:I want that VIN number!!!
and about those dealers, it really depends on the dealer. Some love cars, and like it when a kid walks in just photographing and respecting the cars. saturday I walked into a dealership for the first timethere. I recognized the owner of the place, and he started talking to me, and let me run photograph as many as I wanted. Also writing s/n was no problem at all. When you do it at some others they ask you not to photograph the plates (how do you photograph a car without the plates???) and when you get your pen and pencil to write s/n they look at you like you are a demon or something.
Seven ask you to leave. I don't know what it is. I know some visitors are peopel who go sit in the cars, make fingerprints and all, without even asking. I never touch the cars, I just admire and take photographs. So I guess other peopel are ruïning it for me. And offcourse some dealers are just big ***holes
I think it's the same show car that's going around the world. It's metallic red. We'll know when the photo is poted, if it's the same one.mchferrari said:The 612 isn't for sale yet, or is it? I thought they weren't for sale until summer. Or is it just a dealer show car?