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Discussion in '360/430' started by matt, Aug 10, 2004.
I sold my TDF CS to my buddy in Florida.
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beautiful car matt. Your tdf CS was stunning. I remember you took some ribbing from the members on the blue wheels, but I thought they looked great.
I still say, your best creation so far has been the silver 360, photographed in the same location.
Keep up the good work.
Love the suede!
Very nice, I'm not a very big fan of aftermarket wheels but they do suit the car. The exhaust pipes look different, What exhaust have you got on there?
This is your third, right? Which has been your favorite color?
I have a Capristo on the car.
My TDF was my favorite.
So why'd you get rid of it...?
This yellow one looks nice; the seude looks really nice, the whole thing is really tasteful... Why not yellow wheels to match the paint job, similar to what you did with the TDF...?
But why, oh, why, did you sell the TDF...? It was my FAVORITE... It was gorgeous...
I got offered too much money. I just love seeing the finished product of each Stradale. I have a Rosso Dino CS that will be here in two months.
That is now one of my favorite 360's that i've seen. Very tastefully done, Normally not a person that likes yellow cars, but it looks amazing. And i'll bet it drives better than it looks.
Wow, I really like it. So you have your 4th CS coming in 2 months?
Rosso Dino will be a fun one. Rosso Dino(Orange) exterior with a black suede interior with Rosso Dino stitching and a leather Rosso Dino stripe on the steering wheel. Also Rosso Dino calipers.
Awesome! Where are you getting all of these? Did you order 4 of them directly from the factory or something?
please tell me what the point of owning FOUR stradales within TWO months is? because i dont see it.
are you going to sell the yellow one when the orange one comes or what?
I like seeing the finished product. It's also fun breaking them in.
are you breaking them in properly? if yes, i would find it more fun to drive it after it was broken in, than to drive it very slow for a certain amount of miles ???
What was done to the yellow CS? I see wheels, some embroidery on the seats and what looks to be an aftermarket exh - is that all?
I did a Capristo exhaust, test pipes, ecu's, BMC's, challenge ram air intake & headers.
Any dyno sheets? Before & after?
probably because he makes good money when he sells them. and it's all presumably done through the biz and they probably have a dealer's license. worst case scenario (i imagine) is that he gets all his money out and he got to drive for a free or near free . DAMN nice work if you can get it!
It's only my car when I drive it home and leave it in the garage. Who is he kidding, he's got a ligitimate tuner business, swaps parts around and turns around and sell'em. Good business and great for people who want their cs out of the box with all that stuff done to them.
Actually I take my car home everynight. I live about 4 miles from work. But thanks for checking!!
Whaz up Matt. That looks awsome, almost as nice as mine. hahaha.
matt's being a little disingenuous, eh matt? he's in business as meridian to flip cars and sell after market parts. i don't fault him as i flip cars all the time, and his cars are OK!!!!
ps glad to see you ditched the jigaboo yellow suede!!!! viewers were unimpressed
Matt -- I liked it better with the original red and black interior.
Seriously, it looks great with the new wheels!
My second try (CS) is presently on the boat. FNA really came through on expediting it.