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Some of these are pretty well documented.
The 250 LM is 6233. The silver Pininfarina Cabriolet Series I is 0799. They Daytona 14699.
I love the cars.
May his memory be eternal.
Counterpoint: the brass era cars still have market support.
No one alive today collects them for nostalgia’s sake. There are very few...
Thank you for sharing!
What’s the s/n of this lovely thing?
On domestic airlines in the USA, yes.
On real airlines like Cathay Pacific, ANA and Emirates, they are wonderful luxuries.
Dan Gurney’s perspective:
This isn't the actual car, but I bought a brand new Alfa Spider Veloce new in 1993. I drove it daily for six years. Happily, it was under...
And so moved.
Thank you for all you do for 330 2+2 owners, Kerry!
Very well said!
Again, re-read it. I did recently. There were many decisions on Russ's part along the way.
Norwood's never could have been a yes or no to a...
Russ didn't just have a ridiculous dream; he didn't take any responsibility for his participation, in either the Tristram Buckley case or the Bob...
It Speaks to Russ’s credibility, which was your conditional disclaimer in post #474.
The person Russ bought the “car” from. A rather significant character in this saga.
If you don’t know that, you haven’t been paying attention.
Here’s a reminder: a court of law didn’t find that Russ had any claim against Tristram Buckley.
In other words, an independent party didn’t think...
That’s a mighty big “if”.
How did you hear that?
I’m surprised he hasn’t returned to share that part of his story.
No, not at all.
Russ started posting his complaints long after he experienced them. Which is a little unfair. He never took any action that he...
There was a very long time when Russ had the option to pay up, sign a release, and move the car to anyone or anywhere else. He never exercised...
Although on closer inspection, the car doesn't look that much better in those pictures!