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Experience with 1970s and early 80s Ferrari, Lamborghini?

Discussion in 'New England' started by DanNE, Nov 21, 2020 at 7:47 PM.

  1. DanNE

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    Can anybody advise of some shops that have good experience with mid-70s to early 80s Ferrari and Lamborghini cars? Looking for mostly engine experience etc.

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  3. spider348

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    Tony Fernandes in Baintree used to do Lambos. Not sure currently.
    Long way to send a car for service but Gary Bobileff is highly regarding. Visited his shop when he did a PPI on my former Euro TR. Filled with classic Lambos and Ferraris!
     
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  5. Autohaus of Boston

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    #4 Autohaus of Boston, Nov 22, 2020 at 1:11 PM
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    Thank you Spider 348. And yes we are here to service all vintage Ferrari's from 60s 70s 80s both Ferrari and Lamborghini Models. We are currently expanding next door opening a service repair dedicated for Lamborghinis Only. separate from the Ferrari shop come in and enjoy our new service facility.
     
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    AutoHaus of Boston offers pickup and delivery service and Winter Storage is well.
     
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  8. DanNE

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    I am in the Boston area and ideally I would want to find somebody within a ~2 hr driving radius. I will check out Autohaus. Anybody else I should be looking at?
     

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