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Ferraris in Columbia

Discussion in 'Latin America' started by bitzman, Feb 1, 2016.

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  1. bitzman

    bitzman F1 Rookie
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    Sunday I met a car detailer from Columbia who on his iphone showed me a 308GTB he details.
    I asked him if there are cars in the resort towns as well as Botoga and he said "yes" but I didn't press him as to what models are in Columbia. I would like to ask him if there's a reliable vintage dealer there, maybe some of the collectors are tired of the old stuff like Daytonas and Dinos and want the new-new-new....
     
  2. JasonMiller

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    I have often wanted to explore SA looking for old exotics, with the money that used to be in Venezuela, Columbia etc back in the day I bet there would be some hiding away.

    When I lived in South Africa I found some vintage Lamborghini's sitting in a warehouse in Johannesburg. Parked and forgotten by an ex patriot.
     
  3. robbreid

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  5. 3604u

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    Hi, trying to send you a PM. Can you PM when you are free 😀
     
  6. bjwhite

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    Colombia dude, Colombia.
     
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  7. AlfistaPortoghese

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    Fantastic to see Ferrari cars in such a beautiful part of the world as South America.

    I loved to go to Ferrari in São Paulo, Brazil. Always a sight for sore eyes.

    Kind regards,

    Nuno.
     

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