Those of you with multiple exotics,

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by 99355F1, Aug 20, 2005.

  1. 99355F1

    99355F1 Formula Junior

    Dec 13, 2004
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    How do you decide which one to drive?
    I see some people have, say, a 550M and a 360M, how do you choose which to drive?
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  3. Alex_V

    Alex_V F1 Rookie

    Apr 8, 2004
    Boulder, CO
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    Imagine Armens dillema!
  4. jag11

    jag11 Karting

    May 1, 2005
    simple just clone yourself
  5. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

    Apr 26, 2003
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    Dr. Dumb Ass
    Its always easier to pick the one that isn't apart and will start...
  6. TimF40

    TimF40 Formula 3

    Nov 3, 2003
    Seattle/Bay Area/NYC
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    I sometimes walk into the garage, look at both cars (360/550), and take the one that gives me the biggest smile at that moment. :)
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  8. FIXEDupW209

    FIXEDupW209 Karting

    Jun 16, 2004

    hopefully one day i could have his dilema....if i owned more then 1 exotic. I'd put all the keys in a bowl, close my eyes, and smile no matter what i pulled out.
  9. Prova85

    Prova85 Formula 3

    Nov 13, 2003
    So. Shore MA.
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    Kenny K
    Eeeknee, meanie, miney, moe....
  10. spang308

    spang308 Formula Junior

    Jul 17, 2004
    York, PA
    How true!

  11. whart

    whart F1 Veteran

    Dec 5, 2001
    Grandview NY
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    Herr Prof.
    Think like a bigamist....
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  13. Sfumato

    Sfumato F1 Veteran
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    Nov 1, 2003
    Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey, Wales
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    Angus Podgorney
    Nearest clean car. If raining, weather, the throwaway piece. If the good cars are already dirty, use them. They don't melt. OK, maybe up north. ;)

    WILLIAM H Three Time F1 World Champ

    Nov 1, 2003
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    I drive the Slutmobile when its nice & sunny

    If the AC is working in the 512TR coupe I'll drive that if its too hot

    I let my cousin drive the Countach because he loves that car

    when I need to park somewhere w no worries I take the Vette

    The F40 is too much for the road so I excercise her on the track
  15. 99355F1

    99355F1 Formula Junior

    Dec 13, 2004
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    Honestly, I think if I had the money to buy exotics, (Say, I had $100k), I think I'd get a 456 6sp, and use that every day. Rain/Sun. Long Trips/Traffic, too. I honestly think that'd be perfect, why would you need anything else? I'd also get like, a $12k Honda Civic that'll last forever no matter what, so incase my 456 decides to not work on me.
  16. robert biscan

    robert biscan F1 Rookie

    Once I get one a little dusty I drive it. When I wash it, I get the other clean one out and get it dusty. Then I drive it. You get the picture.
  17. viper

    viper Karting

    Jan 26, 2004
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    DR. J
    Depends on the occasion.
  18. mgtr1990

    mgtr1990 Formula 3

    Mar 30, 2005
    Naples Florida
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    Martin Graham
    Depends on my mood!!

    WILLIAM H Three Time F1 World Champ

    Nov 1, 2003
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    93 Vette w auto trans is best for getting some action in the car ;)
  20. ^@#&

    ^@#& F1 World Champ

    Feb 27, 2005
    I could realistically handle 2-3 exotics, but anything above I think it would be hard. I would feel like I might neglect a car. To me it would be the same as having a big dog in a small apartment. It just wouldnt be fair to the car. And of course people are going to say, "you just change cars every day in a cycle", But realitically you know that you have a favorite and you are going to have a least favorite of the bunch, and that one will be the one that sits more.
  21. jknight

    jknight F1 Veteran

    Oct 30, 2004
    Central Texas
    Red Mondial t coupe on nice days to go out for a good meal and perhaps some shopping and just enjoy a beautiful car. Stays at home in "bed" in our large shop if the weather is not so good.

    Citron Green MB C 320C when comfort, a/c, quick shifting and fast driving are in order or wishing one was driving on the roads in Germany instead of the crappy roads in Texas dealing with incompetent drivers.

    Caspian Blue MB SLK350 when it's time to drive with the top down and a fast, shorter throw shifting two seater is in order.

    All three remain clean and covered and ready to go for whatever mood strikes at the time.

  22. Tennlee

    Tennlee Formula Junior

    Feb 10, 2002
    Great Smoky Mountains
    Whichever has a battery with enough of a charge to start it.... :(
  23. robert biscan

    robert biscan F1 Rookie

    Get a battery tender on your cars and they will be hot all the time. They are cheap and they work. A trickle charger at 1.5 amps is what I use with an authomatic shut off. I had a battery in a MB last 11 years cause I kept it on a charger.
  24. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

    Apr 26, 2003
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    Dr. Dumb Ass
    Too bad the wiring didn't last as long as the battery...
  25. robert biscan

    robert biscan F1 Rookie

    Your right about that. That was a tuff pill to swallow. Let's see 15k for wiring less savings on battery $125. I'd say the dealer made a little on that transaction.
  26. Dan Ciezniewzky

    Dan Ciezniewzky Formula 3

    Sep 6, 2004
    you guys got the best of both worlds, you get to drive exotics everyday (if you wish) and still have low milage cars......BRILLIANT!!!! :)
  27. robert biscan

    robert biscan F1 Rookie

    That's also the bad part. I wish I could rack up more miles but in business it's hard to show up in an exotic.

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