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Young people driving ferraris/other exotics

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Dr. K, Feb 12, 2021.

  1. dcmetro

    dcmetro F1 Veteran

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    I don't want to know the amount of girls you catched with that. You must have had a gooood time in those early 80's that I didn't live as an adult since I'm born in 81, but that I adore through TV series , movies and music
     
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  3. Nicolas21

    Nicolas21 Formula Junior

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    Totally respect.
    Enjoy your life !! ;)
     
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  4. Doc_Dent

    Doc_Dent Karting

    Mar 2, 2015
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    I would like to comment on the fact that some people loose their "time and effort" thinking how younger Gen afford their Fs/supercars to judge them later on "Generally".

    IMO, whether they come from a line of rich families (daddy's money) as some like to say, or through business/hard work/highly paid job...etc, or by any other means "LEGIT".
    In reality, it is non of your business!

    Why would you even bother figuring out the "HOW and WHO"?! And judge them based on that?!

    Be happy for them, wish them all the best, live your life and let them live their's.
    END of STORY.
     
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  5. c8spidey

    c8spidey Karting
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    If we beat this to death before Covid ends we can tackle the issue of why certain species of grasshoppers frequent acupuncturists and others chiropractors.
     
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  6. ZF123

    ZF123 Karting
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    congrats man, keep on growing!!!!
    ps: it wld be great if u could open a porsche or ferrari dealership (and sell me rare cars w/o adm) LOL
     
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  8. sakyubasu

    sakyubasu Rookie

    Apr 4, 2021
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    I'm 27 and bought my first 'exotic' about a month ago, an 08 Maserati Granturismo 4.2; cheap price to pay for that lovely Maserati/Ferrari v8. I get looks everywhere I go, mostly because of the car, but my age plays a factor aswell (I look rather young for 27). I purchased it because of my love for Italian Cars, and plan on getting a Ferrari FF next! (Hopefully before 33!) I think I will be with an italian for the rest of my life!

    Cheers from Canada,

    -Troy
     
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  9. IloveGT

    IloveGT Formula 3

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    I think it depends. I think the context is not about the age, but how the car is driven and shown. Young instagramer or youtuber using it to show wealth while don't even know what the difference is between NA and turbo engine, I would be like whatever. But if his dad is into car, and now the son modeling after the father, of course, let him do it as long as he does not show off. My son now daily the alfa 4c spider which was mine before I got the 718 spyder for daily. He finally understand what a great steering feedback means and feels, let alone different chassis set up - manual , hydraulic, and electric, aluminum vs carbon fiber monocoque.
     
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  10. ssgharkness020147

    ssgharkness020147 Formula Junior
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    Phew. Thank god I’m 36. Judgement avoided. :)
     
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