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Originally Posted by Dino944 View Post



 
If you can't spell Ferrari, please don't waste my time trying to talk about them.  If you are going to be embarrassed it should be because of your ignorance and lack of manners.  Please go back to school, learn how to spell, and stop writing run on sentences.  I hate to think my tax dollars will have to continue to support someone like you.

Forgive the kid. He's playing grown up.

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post #92 of 171
Simply walk into Hermes. They will be happy to assist.
post #93 of 171
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Originally Posted by Dino944 View Post



 
If you can't spell Ferrari, please don't waste my time trying to talk about them.  If you are going to be embarrassed it should be because of your ignorance and lack of manners.  Please go back to school, learn how to spell, and stop writing run on sentences.  I hate to think my tax dollars will have to continue to support someone like you.

You should be advised that iroh is under F. Corbera's protection, and is not to be engaged directly... biggrin.gif

Time to deploy the vox signal lol8[1].gif
post #94 of 171
This is a fantastic thread by the way, from Hermes wallets to Ferraris in 60 second... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

We should start talking about brown shoes for the win...
post #95 of 171
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Originally Posted by Xiaogou View Post


Look at the interior pic. The car on the other side is red and the one in the first pic is black. Not only that the roof is up in the 1st pic.
Not sayin'...just sayin'



As LR suggested, the photos were not taken the same day.  The blue car in the photo is my wife's car. 

 

The photo showing the interior was taken at a car show where it was being judged in "class of V8 Ferraris."   Below is another photo of my car at the same show, and as you can see there is another red 328 parked next to it.  

 

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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post


By the way, Dino have you ever brought your car to the Tutto Italiano show at Larz Anderson?
-LR


Hi LR, yes I've taken the car to Tutto several times.   The photo above is of my car being judged at Tutto Italiano at Larz Anderson in 2008.  The stone wall in the background wraps around to the back of the museum property.  Last year Tutto was rained out and I was away on the date it was rescheduled to happen.  Hope to see you there this year if the weather is nice. 

 

post #96 of 171
It's a Ferrari
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post #97 of 171
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Originally Posted by entrero View Post

Forgive the kid. He's playing grown up.
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She's gonna be hot.
post #98 of 171
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Originally Posted by iroh View Post


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. 

post #99 of 171

Dino, don't give this ass clown the time of day.  I think her sole intent here is to troll, so let her be.  

 

'comon daughter' 

post #100 of 171
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Originally Posted by Dino944 View Post



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. 

Seriously, google Irho, he is a massive troll. Like so big, you couldn't imagine how much of a dick he is.

You've had a bad reaction in this thread, and I'm kind of ashamed of my fellow forum-ers. Hermes wallets (as you found out) are a touchy subject here, but outside of that we can really be quite helpful! Stick around and dont let the dicks put you off.
post #101 of 171
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Originally Posted by entrero View Post


Forgive the kid. He's playing grown up.
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Originally Posted by guyfawkes View Post

Dino, don't give this ass clown the time of day.  I think her sole intent here is to troll, so let her be.  

 

'comon daughter' 


 

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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post


Seriously, google Irho, he is a massive troll. Like so big, you couldn't imagine how much of a dick he is.
You've had a bad reaction in this thread, and I'm kind of ashamed of my fellow forum-ers. Hermes wallets (as you found out) are a touchy subject here, but outside of that we can really be quite helpful! Stick around and dont let the dicks put you off.



Thanks guys. I'm not familiar with Iroh, but I figured it was weird person with nothing better to do.  I certainly won't let his/her poor behavior get to me as I have enjoyed chatting with several forum members.  Thanks again.

 

Best regards,

Dino 

 

post #102 of 171
Dino--

How is it in terms of keeping up with maintenance & repair? As bad as Benz/Audi/BMW?
post #103 of 171
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Originally Posted by takashi78 View Post

Wow didnt expect to receive these kinda replies.

And no i am a short Asian guy. But what does that have to do with choosing wallets
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Welcome to SF! smile.gif
post #104 of 171
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Originally Posted by Xiaogou View Post

Dino--
How is it in terms of keeping up with maintenance & repair? As bad as Benz/Audi/BMW?

You should give your condolences to Dino. I hear the engine has to be removed from the car to do any scheduled work. Woof... plain.gif
post #105 of 171
Why don't you take the conversation to the cars section? Can we get back to the Hermes wallet?
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