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    I think so too it was germany, but now sometimes they tolerate them
     
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    Whats the worth of these Ferrari models as of now.
     
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    Brilliant, thanks for sharing, now make those who never drive watch it a thousand times to force them to see what these stallions are about.
     
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    I wish I could hear more of the motor.
     
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    #1840 miurasv, Mar 12, 2020
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    Salty, wet and snowy roads are very bad for the alloy body and steel frame it's mounted on. Perfect elements for Galvanic Corrosion.
     
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    #1841 Nembo1777, Mar 13, 2020
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    Steam wash on lift...and there are more important things to worry about nowadays.

    So in these grim times we need positivity and to celebrate our passion which at the end of the day is about driving. Well few cars are more enjoyable to drive than a 275GTB. In fact of hundreds of Maranellians I experienced from behind the wheel my purest drive was not in a 375MM, 250LM, 512M, pontoon fendered TR etc etc but in a simple 2 cam 275 GTB that had just been reawakened from years in slumber. I prefer it to 4 cams. It was soooo satisfying to drive, it sang like a wailing dream, it made my soul smile: THAT is what these cars are all about and this video with this amazing lady celebrates it beautifully so never mind (I am thinking of saying it FAAAR more colorfully:)) the salt and snow and water: just DRIIIIIVE :)!!!
     
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    Yes, of course drive it, and often. However, a big part of the enjoyment of ownership of a car like a 275 for me would be in the looking after it and maintaining it. Driving it in snow, thus exposing it to salt, would not to me, constitute looking after it.
     
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    Fair enough each person is different and has a unique rapport with his car.
     
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    Yes, agreed.
     
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    You CAN'T drive such a car on salty roads. You simply DON'T have the right to do it. That was in the 60's. It's over now. Verboten !

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    Ok but some snowy roads are free of salt: you just have to know where:)
     
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    How nicer they are with Campagnolos instead of Borranis!
    And bumperless even better :)
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