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Discussion in 'California (Southern)' started by costa, Jan 17, 2004.
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Today, we met Arnold in a Restaurant and his kids really loved the Enzo!
Great shots, Costa. Did you invite him on one of our drives?
What was better,the ride over or meeting the "gov."
Thats just awesome! Costa, I need to hang out with you guys up there...mingle with some celebrities a bit
Now that's cool. Where was this Restaurant at? Just wondering...
Costa, you know that Enzo is great for drawing attention. Did you thank Arnold for taking back the car tax? Can't imagine what the registration fees for an Enzo would be with the tax, much less without it.
Very cool! Nice pics.
I want to know who is driving the 360 arnie owned last year but turned in because he was attracting too much attention in it? As if he wouldn't attract attention in vw.
Whose Enzo is that?
Yeah...he's really low profile when he drives around Venice in one of his Hummers, windows down, bicep on the windowsill, and big cigar puffing smoke out of the window. He's almost invisible.
It was october 2002 from a site that usually was right on the mark about big arn;
""I was getting way too much attention and far too many stares," Arnold told the dealership president in Woodland Hills, California. One car dealer claims Arnold said he needed a car that would better telegraph his image as a candidate for the future California Governor but a Ferrari Spider just doesn't get that image across.
Of course the dealership didn't want an upset Terminator so the dealership took the car back and even refunded him a hefty percentage of the sticker price. Arnold also hand-drafted a letter to the dealership stating that it was OK to resell the roadster using his famous name. Schwarzenegger also signed a Ferrari leather jacket and a photo of himself, in hopes of helping the dealer unload the used car for full price.
"I was getting way too much attention and far too many stares," Arnold told the dealership president in Woodland Hills, California. One car dealer claims Arnold said he needed a car that would better telegraph his image as a candidate for the future California Governor but a Ferrari Spider just doesn't get that image across."
Unload the used car. A spider. Evidently not fchatters.
Pretty cool... Did anyone take him for a ride in the NNO...? Did he like it...? Did he comment on it...?
Yeah costa!!!! That is way cool. It sure is funny the people you meet driving a Ferrari, especially an Enzo. Did you offer our Governator a ride?
Hey, that's not Schatzi on Main in Santa Monica, is it?
And yea, whose Enzo is that?