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To: "'Spridgets'" <spridgets@autox.team.net>
Subject: Re: And then there were 399
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 10:43:15 -0500
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Not only that, but I would take issue with the statement that an Enzo is 
"one of the finest cars on Earth, maybe the finest." I love Ferrari's 
but many owners don't view them as cars but jewelry.

Back in the Seventies I attended Ferrari Club events at Watkins Glen and 
it was disturbing how many owners knew nothing about their cars. The 
disdain for anything non-Ferrari that was brought to the event was 
palpable. Such as one of the Gulf Porsche 917's.

 From my point of view, this will make an interesting insurance claim. I 
wonder if he will buy-back the salvage? :-D

jay fishbein
wallingford, ct


Peter C. wrote:

> That's a pretty funny story.
> I find humor in the anguishing Ferrari owners.
> A Ferrari IS a car, right?
>> http://tinyurl.com/zmyrs

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