Sorry it isn't a Ferrari, but definately a vintage discussion. I just watched one of the best shows I've ever seen on Speed last night on Max (I could never spell his last name) and his Old Yeller models. I've seen the car before in magazines and heard about it several times on various sites so it isn't the first time I've heard/seen the car, but there was new stuff that really fasinated me. I am just curious as to any thoughts, or comments, you guys might have on him or his car? Being how this is a Ferrari site do you believe the "tea baggers" lol, that the car shouldn't have been allowed on the track, and was too ghetto to use todays lingo ? Or do you think he was one of the time's greats with his innovation by using crazy things, from a junk yard of all places and beat the best finely designed cars that Europe could offer, that "would never work?" Do you think its good that today's rules nearly knock out such "back yard" compitators leaving racing for the "true thuroghbreds," or that such people/cars bring endless character to the sport? I think it would be interesting to hear some die hard Ferrari fan's feelings about this beast of a vintage racer. Happy Driving!