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348 Canine Adventures! 348 Speciale

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  1. rvp325

    rvp325 Karting

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  3. Ferrarium

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    Awesome enjoy it! We should for a drive my car is back online now. Be great to get other Jersey guys too.
     
  4. rvp325

    rvp325 Karting

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    Yes! I’m up for it ! Let’s set a date brotha !!


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  5. jferrante

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    Love it! I would do the same if I still had the stock seats in....with the Carbon SS seats no chance.

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    That last pic saved it. I was horrified thinking of that dog on those carbon seats..........when I saw the last pic I thought, "whew!" haha.
     
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  8. Wade

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    Which MOMO steering wheel is that?
     
  9. bjwhite

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    Looks like a slightly dished Monte Carlo to my eye.
     
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  13. rvp325

    rvp325 Karting

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    haha, yes, Hunter was NOT on the seats, and my wife had a towel on the seat anyway (just in case)...he was in the footwell, on the carpet which I easily vacuumed afterwards, and my wife was quick to make sure he didn't scratch or chew, etc....

    It was a SAFE drive! But listen, I'm not gonna make a habit of it. It was a ...one time kinda thing, lol
     
  14. jtremlett

    jtremlett F1 Rookie

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    Entirely by coincidence I also took my dog out for a little ride today (picture is after we got back). Actually she normally sits on the passenger seat but I forgot to put the travel rug on it and it was too hot so she sat in the footwell instead.

    You would have thought that after 20 years ownership I would know what a great car the 348 is but when you use it often it is easy to take it for granted and when you don't use it for a long time (between lockdowns and winter today was my first outing this year) you can start to forget the joy of driving it. I pulled off the cover this morning, expecting the worst but it started first time and what a joyous drive it was. Not far and just a bit of a blat down a straight road to the supermarket. But what pleasure!

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  15. rvp325

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    That is a great picture, man! I love it! Cute dog...and slick 348. Glad she started right up for you, that's relieving to know....enjoy and be safe.
     
  16. jtremlett

    jtremlett F1 Rookie

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    That's most kind. I think my dog takes up less space than yours but great that yours helps you change gear by the looks of the first picture!
     
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  17. rvp325

    rvp325 Karting

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    Yes, a MOD 78. I narrowed it down to a few different options, and I felt the MOD 78 would be be proportionate and look period-specific. The 330 mm is definitely smaller than the pictures convey -- requires substantially more effort to turn, but is rewarding with greater feel/precision. Have not yet gotten around to swapping the horn button to the OEM Ferrari button.
     
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  18. Lifeboatboy

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    Just saw this thread as I was searching for something else - thought I'd share.
     

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  19. rvp325

    rvp325 Karting

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    Love it!! Canines love Ferraris!


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  20. Lifeboatboy

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    She's a total Princess. Started life walking the streets of Serbia, trying to avoid being shot or kicked to death by Belgrade's locals, blagged a ride to the UK with a rescue charity, and now walks the streets of Surrey avoiding being cuddled or stroked to sleep. But she loves her ears flapping about when the roof's down :'-)
     
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