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Discussion in 'Mondial' started by GrigioGuy, Jan 5, 2004.
oh my god
can't anything remain sacred
what a shame
And from http://www.jcbucher.com/exemples.htm
Did you see the momo equipped one on ebay? Nothing too bad but i think he bought every momo product he could put on it.
I reckon it is the Rear Wing that make it ugly. Other than that, I would say it is quite acceptable!
Ya aint **** if ya don't have curb feelers!
It's a travesty. I own a 3.2 Cabrio , would'nt change a thing.
I'd leave the Mondial stock if I have one but the first 2 pics aren't that bad. The third one though is definitely a disaster.
Ferrari Mondial Type R
After checking the websites, the first one is a sales demo for the wheels and other gizmos; the second (Look at those exhaust tips!!), more interestingly, is labeled a 'Sbarro' Mondial.
Sbarro is a long established carrozzeria (Swiss, I think) that does radical rebodies in addition to marketing some of his own bespoke vehicles in the past (another example would be Zagato). He's done other Ferraris before.
According to barchetta, the Sbarro 'Christelle' is a Mondial t cab based car that was shown at the 2001 Geneva show.
And I thought the PPG Mondial Pace car was extreme.
And if you thought the rear was different.......
ewwwwwwww. nothing nice to say so i guess i will shut up.
All this time I just thought they were just the first in volume of pizza, yet worst of pizza "food" court chains.
*Cuts nostalgic fart*
Everyone is getting onto the posser ricer bandwagon.....
Some of thesightings i have seen in my area sorry no pictures.
Corvette stingray with a ricer wing mounted up to it
Cadillac Escalade with spinners lowered and ricer wing mounted to roof.
the sick part of the Cadi was the fact that the driver was a blue hair that lives in Sun City, Az
Mondial cab could be nice platform for customization. especially with current market prices. However, the execution of these doesn't cut it( IMHO). Personally, I prefer stock.
Without the wing on it, I like he first one. The second car, well, he less I say the better.
Sbarro is a Swiss designer. True. He does mostly customizations. Invented the hubless wheel, which looks awesome, especially on motor cycles.
I agree, loose the wing on the first one and it
isn't to bad.
The wheels alone make a huge difference.
The first one is okay, minus the wing.
Lose the wing, the first one is pretty nice....
The Mondial needs all of the help it can get...
I'm glad to see SOMEBODY appreciate and drive these cars.....
looks like the second one backed up @ 80 mph into a brick wall.
"Rice ....the other white meat"