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Parm

Yes please...

Love the colour too...

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/class..._adverts/price-to/65000?logcode=p
Dr. Hfuhruhurr

Oh my, that's nice!
Tim

Dr. Hfuhruhurr wrote:
Oh my, that's nice!


+1
It's nice to see one that isn't red.
Humphrey The Pug

Yes that certainly is lovely however if push came to shove I'm afraid mine would have to be red.

I saw a lovely red one last week filling up over the road from work.
Michael

There used to be one that colour parked up in Whitby, it looked very well used and was always street parked.
Martin

It is a nice colour, but my first Ferrari would have to be red too.
Alf McQueef

Oooh I absolutely LOVE these!

Would not have to be red for me, black is best IMHO, blue fine...
Humphrey The Pug

This one isn't quite so nice:



I see it occasionally around Weybridge.
tali

Take one entry level  Ferrari  , add a bit of blue  and leave  to simmer  for about err  39 yrs and wallah!
https://www.silverstoneauctions.com/1973-ferrari-dino-barn-find
Alf McQueef

tali wrote:
Take one entry level  Ferrari  , add a bit of blue  and leave  to simmer  for about err  39 yrs and wallah!
https://www.silverstoneauctions.com/1973-ferrari-dino-barn-find


Did someone really buy that for £130k? Are people insane? Dinos were not that expensive a car new!

The story about it being "forgotten" is extremely suspect.
Bryan M

That dino is scrap
tali

Alf McQueef wrote:
tali wrote:
Take one entry level  Ferrari  , add a bit of blue  and leave  to simmer  for about err  39 yrs and wallah!
https://www.silverstoneauctions.com/1973-ferrari-dino-barn-find


Did someone really buy that for £130k? Are people insane? Dinos were not that expensive a car new!

The story about it being "forgotten" is extremely suspect.


£130k is indeed insanity.
A Dino new was (surprisingly) equivalent to 90k today- which is generally the price of entry level Ferraris -until the 458 arrived.
Nice Guy Eddie

Someone obviously thinks theres a profit in it, whats a good Dino 250k
PhilD

Nice Guy Eddie wrote:
Someone obviously thinks theres a profit in it, whats a good Dino 250k


indeed, anyone thinking that £130k is madness obviously hasn't seen classic car prices recently.
Bryan M

But surely a full rebuild of a Dino has to come in £50k+ and then you'll still end up with a rebuilt Dino unlikely to command £250k...

Not saying it wouldn't be worth it if the auction price was a lot cheaper
tali

It seems Dinos are at that ( mad) 250k level-makes London house price inflation look very reasonable by comparison.
Andrew

Maybe bight yellow will be more shinning!  

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