Originally Posted by iroh
you still have a cheap ford sportscar look-a-like you are trying to pass off as a farrari. comon son.
I didn't realize there was a real question. I thought you were simply being rude and obnoxious.
Its spelled F E R R A R I, not F A R R A R I.
As for my car, its the car I always wanted when I was in high school. IMHO, its a beautiful car, its fun to drive, it has a real manual transmission with the classic gated shifter, and it sounds great. If I had the means to buy several Ferraris, I'd probably buy vintage models from the 1960s such as the 250 California, 250SWB, 250 GTO, 250 LM, 275GTB/4, and a 365GTS/4 Daytona Sypder. Modern Ferraris are really great performers, but the vintage cars are more beautiful, much rarer, and far more valuable than any of the recent Ferraris.
If you don't like my car, don't buy one. Maybe someday you will be able to afford the car of your dreams.