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Haven't driven a car since February 27

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by judge4re, May 16, 2004.

  1. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

    Apr 26, 2003
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    Well, I haven't driven a car since I left the USA on February 27. I finally got my chance to drive in China today, for the first time. Thanks Michael.

    This is how everyone should have their first ride in a new country.
     
  2. Peter

    Peter F1 Veteran
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    Dec 21, 2000
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    Sweet :)

    (Wow, you can't miss that license plate! The rear plate just as big?)
     
  3. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

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    Yep.
     
  4. Peter

    Peter F1 Veteran
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    Ha ha, great for near-sighted people like me...
     
  5. W00dEar

    W00dEar F1 Rookie
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    Jiang-su Province plate, I thought you are in Shanghai?
    Whose car is that?
     
  6. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

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    I am in Shanghai.

    If the owner wants to tell everyone who he is, he can.
     
  7. Michael Collins

    Michael Collins Formula Junior

    Apr 6, 2004
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    I have the car in Shanghai, but is registered outside for emission control reasons. Hence the black plates which get around that law, also it gets around the Chinese law of scrapping cars at 15 years old. This one was 19 when it arrived, caused a few problems for everyone to get it in and legal.

    Now the problem is the general maintenance for the car, as the main dealer is not sure that it is a Ferrari they have only seen 360's in the showroom. Also there is neither parts nor mechanics.

    Fortunately I am not totally alone as Eric is in Shanghai and has volunteered to help with the work.
     

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