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You can see the yellow tail section of what I presume is 0506MD (the last S.I Mondial) in the background of that pic.
Thanks, Pete Vack, for re-publishing this article:
One of most memorable road trips I have ever had was in 2001, riding in a tow vehicle w/ Dick, Kendall and my father (RADM Goodwrench) on our way...
a Ferrari legend and true gentleman has passed.
If you are like me, I don't get peruse outside of this Vintage forum very often; please see the...
Here you go . . .
1493 is roughly the switchover point from drums to discs, so this car would have been well into the disc brake production
RIP, General Yeager.
Here you go; Dyke's new car:
If you want a Fiat Dino Spider education, scroll down...
oh no! I had no idea and will pass that on to my father. Thanks, Dyke.
Well congratulations! a truly stunning and absolutely no-stories car; I learned a ton just looking at the hundreds of resto pics that Mike had up...
Dyke - did you pick up the blue one from Sheehan? The resto pics on that one were simply amazing. I was in the hunt for the yellow 2.4 that RM...
'68 365GT 2+2
Sorry for the delayed response; yes, I recall the scene in post 9 being the shuffle in front of our old house to put both cars in the rig to go to...
Lotus Europa as well.
Arlington, VA; 2009. With 0556(0446)MD.
Sorry - couldn't help myself. My old Queen Mother, 11199, receive the "Philville" award at Reading Concorso in 2009. So Phil's face hangs on my...
1955 500 Mondial, Series 2; 2-liter, straight-4; dual ignition.
Don, I think Mark Dempsey’s QM went for something like 357 at Pebble 6 or 7 years ago.
That's Dan Mooney's shop - I bought a set of performance headers from him for my e-type. Very class guy and operation.