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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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 8)

hmmm... they could have ASKED  :tilt:

I'm honoured.... truly i am.

There'll be a book signing next week too.  :thumbsup:



Offline dodger

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Thats horrible, is it a joke or somethnig ?



Offline Marcus G


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Sweet Jesus that is awful... :scared:



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Three-out-of-ten.

That matt red crimson paint does it no favours either. Terrible.

If that is a production ready Ferrari then it's a big disappointment, especially after the 458......suppose anything would be though.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Three-out-of-ten.

That matt red crimson paint does it no favours either. Terrible.

If that is a production ready Ferrari then it's a big disappointment, especially after the 458......suppose anything would be though.
Sweet Jesus that is awful... :scared:
Thats horrible, is it a joke or somethnig ?


yeah yeah yeah...

but what about the name  :tilt:



Offline M308

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A Sultan of Brunei special...... :scratchchin: :confused:
Looks like something he would order.



Offline 1st


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yeah yeah yeah...

but what about the name  :tilt:

Many f words spring to mind.....Jensen did a 4wd FF in the 60s which I think was the first car with AWD and ABS. A UK company called Ferguson did the engineering. There was one in Adelaide owned by a local identity which was traded in and I remember riding in it. Still owned locally.

Is there a Ferguson connection with this "prancing rubbish" hence the name?



Offline 1st


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I can't see any Pininfarina badges on it......we only sign what we are proud of.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Many f words spring to mind.....Jensen did a 4wd FF in the 60s which I think was the first car with AWD and ABS. A UK company called Ferguson did the engineering. There was one in Adelaide owned by a local identity which was traded in and I remember riding in it. Still owned locally.

Is there a Ferguson connection with this "prancing rubbish" hence the name?

Ferguson tractors

There are a few Jensen FF's in oz....

Should be on a Lambo, OBVIOUSLY.




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