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  1. Marcel Massini

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    Yes.

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  2. Marcel Massini

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    Yes.
    Simply refrain.

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  3. Marcel Massini

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    Although the internet is a neutral platform, it is by no means a legal vacuum.
    Stealing doesn't necessarily imply that one is making a profit. It has to do with simple respect for somebody else's work (photographer) and his intellectual property.

    If you don't know the source and/or copyright owner simply don't post or rather try first (before you post!) to find out who the actual owner of the work is and ask for permission. Yes, that takes a bit more effort than simply copy and paste.
    Thank you for understanding.

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    10447, sold 2/20 to a new owner in Munich.

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    Where is that plate from? UK?
     
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    Exactly, ...
    ... and perhaps I’m in minority or too old fashioned in believing that just because an individual “finds” an image already without a permission or copyright acknowledgement, doesn’t mean they should feel free to perpetuate its potential infringement.

    I realize we all or at least most of us, including me, one time or another have been a guilty of this, but I figured the best way to prevent it is by trying to post/share only pictures I’ve taken myself and I tend to choose only those I don’t care whether or not they get recycled without acknowledgement or permission.
     
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    Yes, UK plate, brokered by Simon Kidston and Andreas Birner to the new Munich based owner as referenced by Marcel above.

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  10. Marcel Massini

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    No, it does not.
    The s/n is missing.
    It is 0295 EU.
    Also missing is date and location.......

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  11. TTR

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    Now that’s funny, although I suspect you’re not necessarily kidding. :D :rolleyes:
     
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    Ferrari 410 SuperAmerica owned by Dave Cummins. S/N1495SA. The FCA annual meet. Grand Rapids, MI in 1992. Photo by Willis B.

    The photo is copyright free. It may be shared with other Ferrari enthusiasts as you please without any extraneous BS.

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    are the 410 SA high speed highway cruisers only or do they drive somewhat like a sports car?
     
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    24h du Mans 1970.
    #57: NART/Ferrari 312 P. Adamowicz/Parsons. Dnf.
    #11: NART/Ferrari 512 S.
    Posey/Bucknum. 4th.

    Photo by k. Jermann.

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    1964 - Spa 500km.
    Lorenzo Bandini - Filipinetti/Ferrari 250 GTO 64, chassis 5573GT, in which he would finish 3rd.

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    Thank you
    nice break from some of the precious on here
     
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    Thank you
    nice break from some of the precious on here
     
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    Well, more like a old battleship: fast on the straights but in corners.....
     
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    Chic Vandegriff standing at left; owner of Hollywood Sport Cars.
     
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    Obviously a better gig than hanging out in Death Valley waiting for manufacturer's prototypes to drive by. Though probably not as profitable...
     
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    Brenda Priddy is quite the character! Yeah that "spy" stuff was very, very interesting.
     
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    No personal experience, but I'd imagine SA’s driving more like all other GT’s of that period, rather than like Sports cars, although perhaps little more heavier, quieter and subdued due to luxury aspects of their design.

    Although from different period, but kind of like with Daytona, which is also a GT, not a Sports car.

    OTOH, since majority of older vintage GT/road cars like these rarely get driven anyway, let alone as intended, I imagine the actual drivability or handling probably doesn’t really matter much to most of their owners.
     

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