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  1. Nembo1777

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    #11076 Nembo1777, May 27, 2020
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    Donnerwetter Walter don't shoot the messenger. Yes I agree his name and image is exploited to death -how much did some idiot pay for his sunglasses at auction?!- but this photo is pure, he was passionate about making that film, lost his shirt doing it but loved every moment. For him to have Fangio the legend visit must have been like Christmas...so don't confuse this with some t-shirt sale, not at all same ja:)!?
     
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    #11079 Ferri, May 29, 2020
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    Lusso picture is 100% sure in the Nurburgring pits. see my photo of the Enzo test mule in 2007 on almost same spot.
     

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    Thanks.
     
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    Pic 1 taken in Los Angeles 1975.

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    The red Lusso is #5195 GT and the pic was taken 21 July 2005 at the Nürburgring in Germany.
    Always nice to see my photos.

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    Yes first pic taken in front of my (then) Encino home.
     
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    Marcel are you sure about 5195GT?
    I took this picture 22 July 2005 at the Nürburgring, there is no Pinin Farina emblem on the driver site and 5195 GT has an antenna.

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    "ITS NOT COOL!"

    Beg pardon, my friend; but Steve Terrence McQueen was the KING of Cool.

    Here endeth the lesson.
     
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    Anyone has any pics of the Sperimentale in rosso corsa other than the ones from barchetta.cc?
     
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    See here.
     
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    Wow, this one is new to me :

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    This could be the sexiest Ferrari. I think it now has narrower tires no? Not as sexy but histoically correct?
     
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    It certainly is a fantastic car. It is on painted Borranis now, and with a Cold Air Tray on the carbs. There is a book on this car. Perhaps somebody here has the build sheets to see the size of the original wheels.
     
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  20. Marcel Massini

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    Not 1283 GT but 1663 GT.

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    Re: California pic one: This was 3867GT. I bought it with many faults, including no bumpers, plexi windscreen, 275GTB engine, etc. I found a front bumper and repaired and re-chromed it. I made a rear bumper from a VW K-G, removing the over-riders and spreading it to fit the Ferrari body.. Bruno made a 250 engine from bits he had in his shop. I never fixed the windscreen problem Sold it to Tom Davis with full disclosure, but then bad went to worse; for reasons unknown Bruno's engine failed! Tom later posted a tirade (which I understand) for world to see. Very embarrassing. Not my proudest moment, although the engine was not my fault I think it has since been restored properly, but when I had it the market wouldn't allow for a full resto.
     
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    ^Ed, did Bruno repair the engine or disown it?
     
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    The silly little chicane just after the pits made to slow the cars down just before the banking.

    It was used for a few years then right at the end of the banking's life when they were beginning to worry about its structural integrity: it is on concrete stilts like Monthlery, not on dirt like Daytona, Talladega etc. After 69 they stopped using the banking altogether.
     
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