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I visited the Schedoni leather factory in Maranello during one of my visits to the F factory. I don’t recall them telling us what specific leather...
Do it! Don’t worry about originality. Do you think a single one of the multi million dollar collector ferrari have their original interiors?
I think the most expensive part is the labor and products used for flushing/evacuating of the system in preparation for refilling with the Evans...
How about taxes?
You don’t need a mass produced kit. All you need are factory parts. A clutch pedal set, stick shift mechanism, the trans doesn’t change....replace...
I had Evans Waterless coolant put in to my system. The shop that put it in says it’s permanent. You think?
I always got excellent results selling, and buying, through Ferrari Market Letter, and also FCA website.
Every subsequent generation paddle tranny is miles ahead of the previous. If you never drive a newer one you won’t complain about the one you have.
Maybe! [emoji23] and maybe nobody will buy older cars because there were no power windows and younger people don’t know how to use a crank.
It’s been done. The cost of parts and labor is about $30k.
I owned an ‘07 430 Spider w/Stick. Azzuro California, FULL Cuoio interior, blue carpets, carbon fiber interior parts, shields, nav radio,...
I’d go with that then. More fun to drive too.
I think it comes down to the number produced. Which model has less production?
Appreciation on a monetary basis can be measured in different ways. Direct dollar appreciation or percent of cost basis appreciation. If you own a...
I think the color is called Verde Zeltweg. It is metallic, not BRG.
I love the green exterior. The interior is a little busy for me.
That car would be stunning with a Cuoio interior.
Yes, agreed, I see the same.