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Celebration Tour for Touring Bodied Ferraris September 2019

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Marcel Massini, Sep 7, 2019.

  1. bertdeboer340

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    They are longer yes, so not the same
     
  2. Marcel Massini

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    The fabulous Touring Tour last week cost Euro 12'950 INCLUDING VAT.
    It was five nights (one night longer than the Cavalcade) and when you consider, the visit of La Scala in Milan (including private and rare behind the scene tour and pre-dinner in the museum), visit and guided tour thru the spectacular Ermenegildo Zegna factory and museum in Trivero, the incredible Lingotto in Torino (including lunch in the legendary bubble), plus the private Princess Borromeo Palace tour on the Island of Lake Maggiore, all Michelin restaurants, police motorcade and always the very best five star hotels, one got extremely good value for the money, plus a gorgeous and very scarce scarf as a memory gift for the ladies (full of Touring-bodied Ferraris!).
    This is unbeatable.

    Marcel Massini
     
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    Thank you Marcel


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  5. merstheman

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    Apologies for insisting, but I think my question might have gotten buried in picture replies. Does anyone know the reason for this particular difference between the models, if any?
     
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    Here is a picture of the grille of 0064M ex Agnelli in 1952. Clearly the wider and slightly slanted horizontal slats, as opposed to the more standard thin vertical skates, are evident and were the spec ordered by Agnelli. Perhaps others had the same idea?
     
  7. merstheman

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    Wider, as well as slanted, interesting. Thank you for the picture Clive, and let me just say you own what I think is one of the top 5 prettiest cars of all time. Fantastic.
     
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    (come to think of it, you own 2 on my top 5 list, the other being that SWB...and yes I said cars, not just Ferraris)
     
  9. clive beecham

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    Thank you
     
  10. 375+

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    Some great images there Peter, I especially like the shot on the bricks at Lingotto. Thank you for posting.
     
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  11. Marcel Massini

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    Fantastic photos of a fantastic event. Thank you so much! Really great memories.
    Always good seeing you.

    Marcel Massini
     
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    Mr. Singhof,

    While all your photos are superb, I absolutely love the last one in post #85.
     
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