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Discussion in '288GTO/F40/F50/Enzo/LaFerrari' started by Enzo, Sep 21, 2004.
Is the a real or not F40
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It's real, he's a local guy. I wasn't sure it was his until I saw the bucking bronco horse on the back. He drives the wheels off of it, it's very modified and very fast.
Cool I was browsing another forum and this picture came up and they were saying it was fake. Didn't think it was but I thought I remember seeing it here so I thought I would ask.
If you can blow it up enough it has deaths head lock knob buttons.
no way pretty cool
Wait until you see the shift knob. It's a great car.
why is the front duct in front of the drivers door closed? That is not original is it?
No, it is not. The guy who made the kit for me got that detail wrong.
ha ha good one
Welcome to the site.
Can anyone post some more pictures of THIS F40? My brother is a cyclist and he doesn't beleive its a real F40 because he said that the bike he has is a cheap Japanese bike instead of a nice Italian one... loll!!!
Maybe he got sick of his bike breaking down as much as his car?
Thats a nice bike! looks like it has dua-ace groupset(japanies). I think its a cannondale frame(US made(they say!)) and kysrium SL wheels(france made) very nice bike, cost you abit.
nice car also.
The bike is a Cannondale which is made in the US.
The duct is not closed. That is race tape. Believe me, it's a real F40.
i wanna see the shifter....anyone take any pics of it @ concorso?
It's a black knob with a big red spider
And yes it's real, that car OWNS the Virginia City Hillclimb.
I wanna see more pictures of this car! lol...
I totally believe you on this being a real F40. I was trying to squash some rumors on another board that it wasn't a kit but in fact the real Mcoy. Thanks for helping me answer some questions on it.
If they still don't beleive you, point out the bucking horse in the back and maybee try to find some more pictures of the same F40.
It hasn't got the "F40" indent on the side of the rear wing. I can see the wing is not standard but I thought only the middle part would be replaced while the sides are an integral part of the rear hatch.
Yea little things about that car are odd...
Any F40 historian with more info?
The F40 indent was only on one side of the car, on the second photo it is visible.
i like where the plate is