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  1. 360CS

    360CS F1 Rookie

    Nov 1, 2003
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    Joe J
    #1 360CS, Nov 4, 2003
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    This Car has been featured in CAR MAGAZINE

    The car caused a mini pile up, broke down due to flat battery and overheated, the exhaust shield fell off and the engine cover swelled so much they couldnt access the engine .

    Ferrari took 4 hrs to get tow truck to kick the E back to life.

    But who cares its an ENZO!!!! they concluded its not a "Car" its an "Event"

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  2. Enzo Ferrari

    Enzo Ferrari Rookie

    Nov 8, 2003
    Yup, that is my poor old Enzo. A very embarassing moment, but who cares...it's an Enzo.
  3. 360CS

    360CS F1 Rookie

    Nov 1, 2003
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    Joe J
    #3 360CS, Nov 9, 2003
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    hey id luv to be part of that embarrasing moment let alone own the Car....
    Yr a lucky guy , however it could become a prob if it a piece fell off every time it went out...
    Good luck... Ill look you up when next in the B.A. id gladly die of embarrasment on yr behalf..

    If im right youd be "BOB" who luves his Cars ( man after my own heart)

    take it easy

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  4. Sin

    Sin Karting

    Nov 28, 2003
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    I saw this magazine today, spent a while reading it in the shop. Pretty funny reading about the big guy ... "That is ****ing sick, man". Top car mate, glad to see you driving it on the street.
  5. 134282

    134282 Four Time F1 World Champ

    Aug 3, 2002
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    Carbon McCoy
    It's nice to know that someone was actually driving it, though... It takes a lot to drive a car like that through the streets of Manhattan... From what i understand, the ground clearance is less than stellar when it comes to bumpy roads - especially Manhattan...!
  6. Diablo

    Diablo Formula Junior

    Well at least it has the same sort of suspension device as the F50.

    It has a button that can raise the front end and lower after you hit 5 MPH.
  7. Napolis

    Napolis Three Time F1 World Champ
    Honorary Owner

    Oct 23, 2002
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    Jim Glickenhaus
    Not exactly. You can raise it at speeds lower than 20mph. Not too usefull IMHO.
  8. tuttebenne

    tuttebenne F1 Rookie

    Mar 26, 2003
    Bay Shore, NY
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    What a great story. Its even better to see the car being driven on the road. Isn't that the Greenpoint Avenue exit on the LIE heading into the city?

    Speaking of ground clearance, when I purchased my car, many moons ago, it was in NYC. I checked out the car in a parking garage and road tested it down Park Avenue one Spring evening. I have to say the car bottomed out more times on the parking garage ramps than anywhere else that evening or later in the week when I drove it home. We stopped a lot of traffic that evening.


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