A few months ago, I was on my way to a model airplane contest in Canton, Georgia. Since my route took me very close to Ferrari of Atlanta, I decided to stop in and look around. I was, of course, driving my 330 GTC. While parked outside making a few phone calls, a fellow came up to the car and we chatted a bit. Sidenote: FOA started out as FAF Motorcars in Tucker, Georgia. I bought my GTC from them in November of 1975. It was the first twelve cylinder car they sold. Anyhow, I asked the gent if I could go in and look around and he said it would be fine. I spent around fifteen minutes walking around the showroom looking at various newer cars BUT here is where I was a bit disappointed: While looking around, not one person approached me to see in what I was interested or did I have any questions. Nobody! It was not even lunch hour. On the way out, a fellow asked if that was my GTC and I responded. He made a nice comment on the car and walked away. I walked out a bit puzzled. I had only been in one other Ferrari showroom (Ferrari of Tampa) since 1975 so I really was not familiar with their protocols. In all honesty, I could have been a potential customer. Arriving in my GTC showed that I was not a “window shopper” but a genuine Ferrari enthusiast. As I stated, since I had visited only two Ferrari showrooms in the last 45 years, I couldn’t help wondering if an experience like this is typical. For what it’s worth, I have heard nothing but top-rated comments about FOA. Never anything negative. Have any of you had similar experiences with other Ferrari dealerships? Bob Z.