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Its just a scratch, it'll buff right out.... (not my car)

Discussion in '308/328' started by James in Denver, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. James in Denver

    James in Denver Formula 3

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  3. jimshadow

    jimshadow F1 Rookie
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    I feel nauseated all of the sudden.....:(

    JIM
     
  4. flyingboa

    flyingboa Formula 3

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  5. Birdman

    Birdman F1 Veteran

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    Someone is going to get a hell of an insurance settlement on that...and someone else is going to get fired.

    Birdman
     
  6. Yamaric

    Yamaric Karting

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    we are only just going up the road lets just use the parking brake
     
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  8. Paul308

    Paul308 Formula Junior

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    Ugggh! Yeah, the parking brake is just for looks on these cars. Mine doesn't work worth beans.

    Paul
     
  9. UK-GT4

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    Oh dear!
     
  10. doug328

    doug328 Formula 3

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    Ouch is right. Mabe more like crunch.
     
  11. UpNorth

    UpNorth Formula 3
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    One too many who didn't know that on a 308 reverse is not at the regular place from all the other car he drove before...
     
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  13. James in Denver

    James in Denver Formula 3

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  14. Impactco

    Impactco Formula 3

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    Is (was) a euro car.
     
  15. dstacy

    dstacy F1 World Champ
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    A parking brake on a Ferrari that actually holds the car? BAWAHAHAHA
    Oh stop it....too funny


    and for those who don't know....you NEVER haul a car in gear.
    I'm serious. Thats what the tie straps are for.
    Do a search on the BB that was being hauled, in gear, and the trailer got hit. Tranny? Gone.
     
  16. James in Denver

    James in Denver Formula 3

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    I also seem to recall someone buying a Testarossa just about the time I subscribed that was in a trailor and the trailor got hit, the transmission was gone in that one too because the owner (new owner?) put it in gear while it was in the trailor. I remember it was a big deal because I think it was his first Ferrari and it was snowing and he just knew he shouldnt have been driving that trailor but he did anyway. I seem to recall that it was almost right after he picked up the car too, like when he was first turning onto the interstate.

    Mental notes to self
    1) never leave a Ferrari in gear when being transported, use tie-downs
    2) never trust the parking brake
    3) ALWAYS use a trustworthy car transportation
    4) ALWAYS have insurance :)

    James in Denver
     
  17. 2NA

    2NA F1 World Champ
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    Doesn't look like enough damage for that much of a fall.
     
  18. ferrariredered

    ferrariredered Karting

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    so do you leave the Ferrari in park and not in gear when it is on the tie downs?
     

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