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Chasing vintage Ferrari (166) at MM video

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by ArtS, May 24, 2009.

  1. ArtS

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    #1 ArtS, May 24, 2009
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  3. M.James

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    Is it me, or does the 166 driver stray left often and come WAY too close to oncoming traffic several times?
     
  4. f308jack

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    Not just you, I commented on the same thing in the 3X8 section. Still, nice footage and great sounds!
     
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  6. Bill_OBrien

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    I am impressed with how quick the 166 MM is. While the 328 is no rocket, a much older car was making the 328 work to keep up!
     
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  8. ArtS

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    Bill,

    Remember, the early racers were very light and only slightly larger than go-carts. Thus power to weight was quite good.

    To me the neat thing is listening for the shifts on the crash box transmission.

    Regards,

    Art S.
     
  9. mdsaxon

    mdsaxon Karting

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    To me the neat thing is listening for the shifts on the crash box transmission.

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