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post #31 of 50
Buying a Ferrari is just another excuse for buying driving shoes and driving gloves
Then again, I bet you were wearing driving shoes and gloves (maybe a driving cap) when you test drove the car ?
post #32 of 50
slightly off topic, however what is it you do at work spoo? I want to be able to afford a ferrari
post #33 of 50
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post
Buying a Ferrari is just another excuse for buying driving shoes and driving gloves
Then again, I bet you were wearing driving shoes and gloves (maybe a driving cap) when you test drove the car ?
What about a driving suit?
post #34 of 50
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Originally Posted by JonEdangerousli View Post
Saw a red '79 308 GTS this morning at breakfast. The quintessential mid-late 40's American male car.

Makes me want to shave off the goatee and just keep the mustache. And buy a Hawaiian shirt or two.

And a pair of Dobermans.

I owned a red '79 308 years ago...had a gated transmission and a clutch that was so stiff it was like doing 200lb leg presses...Ferrari has come a long way in terms of every day driveability but I'm afraid Spoo better clean out another closet just to fund a separate maintenance account.
post #35 of 50
Thread Starter 
Thanks for all your support guys! Price drops on remaining stuffs.
post #36 of 50
You haz such dainty feetz, Spoo!
post #37 of 50
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Originally Posted by timeless View Post
I owned a red '79 308 years ago...had a gated transmission and a clutch that was so stiff it was like doing 200lb leg presses.

That is because it was a real Ferrari, meant for people who actually developed skill in manipulating a transmission and could perform tasks like properly matching revs between shifts. Ferraris today are built for the video game generation, who want all the go fast fun and sounds, with a user friendly format.

I learned the art of matching revs on a '78 308. And when you get it right, there is no better sound that those webers blipping crisply between shifts. It is very rewarding.

Mike
post #38 of 50
Thread Starter 
Added Shell cordovan Florsheim Imperials, AMAZING Brooks trad tie and tweed jacket!
post #39 of 50
So how are you going to fund the engine out maintenance?? None of this stuff fits me......at all. Bummer.
post #40 of 50
Man, REALLY wishing those dovers fit.
post #41 of 50
the ferrari fund needs your support people!
post #42 of 50
I cant speak for the items already sold, but the remaining stuff i nothing but junk. Who would pay $125 for a beat up pair shoes? Let alone $500? One of the shirts almost made me throw up.

Totally shameless even considering asking money for this stuff.
post #43 of 50
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
That is because it was a real Ferrari, meant for people who actually developed skill in manipulating a transmission and could perform tasks like properly matching revs between shifts. Ferraris today are built for the video game generation, who want all the go fast fun and sounds, with a user friendly format. I learned the art of matching revs on a '78 308. And when you get it right, there is no better sound that those webers blipping crisply between shifts. It is very rewarding. Mike
Mike..........drive an F430 Scud and then see if you still feel the same. It's heaven!!! Spoo - congrats on the 'rari, do you know what you'll be getting? Any but that Magnum P.I. joint!
post #44 of 50
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Originally Posted by NotDickDiver View Post
I cant speak for the items already sold, but the remaining stuff i nothing but junk. Who would pay $125 for a beat up pair shoes? Let alone $500? One of the shirts almost made me throw up.

Totally shameless even considering asking money for this stuff.



He buys the used Dovers for $362 on ebay, then sells them here for $565.....whatta deal!
post #45 of 50
Someone buy those Dovers already
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