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Discussion in 'North & South Carolina' started by LRPMAN, Nov 4, 2003.
Sorry NC but SC is asking for a little Bandwidth.
Aiken SC Here 1988 TR
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Michael James here, no Ferrari at this time but I'm getting antsy....working two PPIs this month!
man i know theres more than one Ferrari in SC. i know ive seen a few around Greenville (thats when the hand brake goes up and i turn around and chase it to hear it...yes i am OBSESSED beyond belief...) you are a lucky man
1972 Dino 246GT from 1996 to current. Rock Hill.
Owned 1977 308GT4 from 1989 to 1997.
I am in the Clemson/Anderson area. My latest is a 550 Maranello. This is a modern Ferrari and I love it.
1978 carb. 308/288 gto rebody, great car, reconditioned and purchased in San Diego june will be 2 years. 16,500 miles driven with no major problems, have not even adjusted the carbs. Drove 80 miles today!
would it not be interesting to start a Ferrari/South Carolina owners club registery. All names and ddresses via private email....etc...what does anyone think here?
To the above thread, I have thought the same thing, I belive you may be able to purchase a list of Ferrari Owners from DMV, at least you may have been able to do so in the past, but with the new privacy laws, this may not be true. I live in Chapin, near Columbia, and, I had my 308/288 rebody out last night, saw a 348 out as well. I was told by the owner of a large Pawn Shop in Greenville, who happens to own a Testerosa, that there are at least 40-60 Ferrari owners in Greenville alone.It's interesting what you will find in the general region. I looked at a 288GTO twin trubo track car in Savahna a few weeks ago, and this gentleman has owned over 100M of Ferraries in the past, including the hightly valued 62 GTO, an original. Also a 250LM and 330p, ect.,
If you're members of FCA (Ferrari Club of America), we do have a "registry" of sorts already. My list shows at least 20 members in SC (and of course more cars than 20, including Ibrahim's wonderful collection).
Director, SE Region
Ferrari Club of America
the next question mike, is how do we get in touch with each other, many of thoise in SC probably do not frequent Ferrari-Chat. Can you provide a list for us members? I would love to meet some and exchange war stories.
Hope to see you at Brian's house next weekend
I enjoyed meeting you there last year, but this weekend I'm going to be in Kentucky at a wedding of one of my wife's cousins (I'd rather be at the FCA party in Atlanta!)
We do have an "FCA focal point" in SC for the FCA, and that's Charles Perry in Charleston. I'm sure he'd appreciate your assistance in organizing activities, and I'd be glad to provide a list of SC members (I've asked for a sortable database) with contact information if the two of you would like to put something together... I'd be happy to support it. Charles' contact info is in the Regional Newsletter you should have gotten in the mail from me in the last few days. If you don't have it, email or PM me and I'll give it to you.
I meant "that weekend" -- the 21st...
No ferrari, but F-car enthusiest Greenville, SC. Ex Viper and now Ex Lotus owner. Have met Coach, but not anyone else in the area.
Coachi, is your 550 silver by chance? i know ive only seen one 550 around this area but it was in Greenville. One of my friends' friend's dad has a silver 360 Spyder and ive seen an old lady in a red 360 Spyder then realized how mad i was that i couldnt get in it and drive it like it was meant to be driven lol
And i saw a black 308 at my high school once but i dont know who that one is.
My 550 is rosso fierano, a rather new color for Ferraris. It is a beautiful color.
i am attempting to post photo:
That is beautiful! Do you ever take it up ceasar's head? Or do you drive it through the mountains at all? It would be fun to get the NC-SC people to meet and do a drive through the surrounding areas. We had a great time at our Farmington meet and we are planning a tale of the dragon run....
lets start collecting names and email addresses as well as city of residence of Ferrari owners in SC....would be great to get together sometime this summer
would anyone volunteer to collect these addresses as a registry? Thanks
Hello SC guys from a NC guy.
If you are interested in meeting up with some of us please visit the tail of the dragon thread. I know a few of you are close enough to the GSP area to come meet us either at the dragon or in Asheville.
I would be glad to collect them, since I already have the contact info of those who are members of FCA.
Email me information if you would like to be included in the South Carolina list, at mike@FCA-SE.com