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Ferrari Not Impressed With Stretched 360

Discussion in '360/430' started by jk0001, Mar 13, 2008.

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  2. duskybird

    duskybird F1 World Champ
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    Bill B.
    This has been discussed to death. Personally I like it I appreciate the high level of fabrication. I think Ferrari should put more focus on what their next fragrance will smell like.
     
  3. 68rcodemustang

    68rcodemustang Formula Junior

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    Ferrari is full of themselves. You would think they would have better things to do like making the cars more reliable.
     
  4. Challenge64

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    Ferrari wants to sue? Thats retarted. They might as well sue the current owner of the 250 Breadwagon too to remove any Ferrari reference.
     
  5. YellowF50

    YellowF50 Formula Junior

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    I know the whole badge issue is problem , I think the same was done with the Kenigsegg F50 (although they have been replaced it was in Romans International UK a couple of months ago).

    Just glad its not me them lawyers are chasing.
     
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  7. JJ Cleghorne

    JJ Cleghorne Karting

    Jul 25, 2007
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    . . ."Reasoning behind it is that the 6 meter long limo is no longer an actual Ferrari". . .

    I guess Lincoln, Cadillac, Mercedes and other brands that were made into limos will be sending out lawyers as well!

    Cheers,
    JJ
     
  8. zippyslug31

    zippyslug31 Formula 3

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    ZA-ZING!




    Ferrari... are you listening?
     
  9. BANANA

    BANANA Formula Junior

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    The people at ferrari can be so stupid sometimes.
     
  10. Exotica Motorsports

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    I really don't understand how Ferrari can get away with this. Just like the P4/5 and other coachbuilt cars today, why would they have to ask permission? What is the car titled as? What does the department of licensing and the state refer to it as? What is it insured as? All these answers are, a FERRARI. So just because you change some small things or big things it is still a Ferrari in everyones eyes but they factory that built it.
     
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  12. Mark from Ork

    Mark from Ork Formula Junior

    May 29, 2007
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    After reading all the comments in the article, I see both sides.

    Someone mentioned that if you buy a can of Coca-Cola, you don't own the logo, even though you can use the product.

    So if you bought a bottle of Coke and then doctored it up with your own 'special ingredients' could you then go sell it on ebay as 'Coca-Cola' without them getting pissed?

    I guess Ferrari is more mad that he's selling the car, than simply owning it or having modified it.
     

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