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Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Gimme Fuel, Mar 12, 2004.

  1. Gimme Fuel

    Gimme Fuel F1 Veteran

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    Hi folks.
    I just have a couple of quiz that I know you have the answer to:
    1.How many Enzos is it in the US today??
    2.What does the S.F. in the Ferrari logo stands for??

    Thanx
    Paul
     
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  3. JH

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    Dont know how many. I would say around 23.000

    It stands for Scuderia Ferrari
     
  4. Gimme Fuel

    Gimme Fuel F1 Veteran

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    Takk Jonas
    Ha en fin aften


    Paul
     
  5. JH

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    Haha, du er norsk :)

    Tak skal du have, og hav en god aften selv :)
     
  6. LA Swede

    LA Swede Formula Junior

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    are you talking about people named Enzo? or cars?
     
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  8. JH

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    Oh ****, i thought Ferrari's all together.

    Enzo's? There is probably 50 of them.
     
  9. richard_wallace

    richard_wallace Formula 3
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    399 Enzo's - 2 reported wrecked thus far - beyond salvage - so my official answer is 397 Enzo's...

    Rich
     
  10. JH

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    He maent US only :)
     
  11. zjpj

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    Car and Driver review said around 100 in US
     
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  13. JH

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    Ahhhhhh, isn't that a tad to many? If you have to divide them between all the country's in the world, a 100 seems just to many.
     
  14. zjpj

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    Jonas - I just watched it again. They said that there were 90 in the United States. But that doesn't count any Euro models (I'm sure there have been a few) that have come over and been converted to U.S. spec.

    Is that too many? Well, I thought the gneral rule of thumb was that of every model half went to the U.S. and the other half were for the rest of the world... Here we have less than 25% of the Enzos coming to the U.S. Even if the other numbers are off, I'd say there are still probably fewer Enzos coming to the U.S. compared to the proportion of total Ferraris sold here.
     
  15. JH

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    Hmm, I don't know, but it sounds like its to many, especially considering that there is 8 alone in hongkong, and 40 in Germany and 40 in Switzerland and 30 in Monaco. It seems unlikely to me. But I dont know, wonder if there are some official sales numbers anywhere on the net.
     
  16. Gimme Fuel

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    30 Enzos in Monaco?!?!?!!? Isnt Monaco the same size as Legoland(allmost though:) )
    Har dere noen Enzo i Danmark ? vad med Sverige ? jeg vet at det er 1 F50
    i Sverige.
    I Norge har vi et par F40 som den dyreste bilen.


    Pål
     
  17. JH

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    Yes. Monaco is very small, but it's the richest country in the world per citizen. US is the richest in the world, but it has a 1000% more citizens :)

    So, try and visit Monaco, you'll be pleasantly surprised :D

    I don't know if we have any Enzo's here, I haven't seen one. But I am gonna call our Ferrari dealer and ask. We have 3 F50's here, and 7-8 F40's :)
     
  18. Gimme Fuel

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    Hi Richard

    Could you please explain the word SALVAGE for me?
    I think it means "wrecked for good, NO more on the road"
    I dont think you can rebuild a salvage titled car, is this correct?? or I'm I way off??

    Paul
     
  19. JH

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    There's only one which will not be rebuild. The other 2 will, it was only body damage. The 3rd burned down completely. Look at the thread "VIDS OF BURNING ENZO"
     
  20. zjpj

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    "to salvage" is "to recover." If a car can be salvaged, it means that it can be rebuilt to drive again.

    Salvage titles simply result from insurance stuff - doesn't necessarily say anything about whether it can be rebuilt or not.
     
  21. Gimme Fuel

    Gimme Fuel F1 Veteran

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    Yeah, I would love to see that place - I've seen a lot of programs on the TV from there.....lots of coooool cars.

    By the way, Norway is the 3'rd richest country in the world, but our "care policy" suckz big time!
     
  22. zjpj

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    Really, I thought Scandanavia had lots of public programs, including health care... I thought upper tax braket was like 95%? Or is that just in Sweden?
     
  23. JH

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    Nope, that's here :)
     
  24. Gimme Fuel

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    I've seen the video clip....sad stuff.
    If I wanna import a Enzo to Norway, it would had cost me about 16 mil. NOK
    (2,3 mil USD) this country is crazy.

    OK, salvage means "rebuildable" thats good to know, I've seen lots of car with this "salvaged title" and I have never quite figured it out what that word REALLY means.
    Do you have any other words for - totaled?? you know "no more on the road"
     
  25. Gimme Fuel

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    SORRY guys - I meant CAR POLICY - but speak of the Devil, Jonas got a point there.
     
  26. trkevin

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    SF stand for "Scuderia Ferrari" which is Italian. And in English it means "Team Ferrari".
     
  27. zjpj

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    Actually, Scuderia means "stable," as in where horses stay. So, it means to identify that the car came from the "Ferrari stable"
     
  28. Gimme Fuel

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    YEZZZZ...finaly we figured it out what those two letters stood for!!
    Took only 24 post! :) :) :) :)
    Drive Carefully gentlemen, and I'll see you on the other side!
    Now, I'm gonna bid on some 1/18z.


    Paul
     

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