I would love to take a Ferrari through the Blue Ridge mountains too:thumbsup:Chris,
We have a pretty large contingent of Italian cars in this area, i know of 5 308's,2 Mondials,2 512's,4 TR's,2 360's,1 Scud, 1 328, 1 275,1 330,1 Iso Grifo and a handfull of Alfa's.You're right the weather is pretty decent and there are some good roads in the area but most are to the northern and western part of the state,like toward Ashville and of course there's the Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap.
Excellent news and congratulations. Look forward seeing pictures.Well guys,as i mentioned in my earlier post about having an offer in on a Ferrari, my offer was accepted on the 82 308 GTSI and will if all goes well take delivery after work on Mon.Needless to say,i'm pretty excited to finally fullfill a dream and start my Ferrari ownership.I've got the VIN but i'm not going to post to the registry until she's officially mine.Maybe in the future i can hook up with some of you southeastern guys for a drive or just grab a burger and talk Ferrari.
Probably having trouble designing a car that will need to do something other than turn left.They'll need to do it soon, since it will debut Sunday, March 14th in Bahrain :steeringwheel:
Must be fascinating to see the facility right there in North Carolina... might be worth the trip down from Maryland.