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I watched the whole series. There were multiple mistakes expected of someone who doesn't turn wrenches frequently but still takes on an ambitious...
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Here are pictures of my car taken for a used car dealership in the midwest a couple years ago. The model is pretty, she pulls off the vintage...
Also stumbled into this in the interwebs. No idea if it's real or not.
If the belts are off and valves are closed, stuff a ball of string in the cylinders through the plug holes, then manually crank the engine.
Good on the buyer for resisting "paralysis by analysis."
What was wrong with the Huracan?
Well, apparently there was once a shell of car available for cheap, but it's been crushed and buried out of spite.
I don't think I understand this situation. You had wrecked but repairable Ferrari, and instead of dropping the price below $3500 or just giving...
I'm detecting a suspicious lack of hysteria about extended service intervals…
Was the $9K to redo the whole engine including major service, or just to repair the leaking crack?
What's that old saying? "Of the single 0846 Ferrari P3/4s that were built, only two exist."
It seems like 90% of the engine problems that are reported occur soon after a major service.
The devil you know, with real GTO parts. Seems like a great project if the final tally is under $250K. As for the value of replicas/tributes;...
"Slick 50 Protected" LOL!
Glad you have checked in here, Matt! Looks like a beauty, great score!
Now, was I right, or was I right? :)
Man, that's a shame. Wonder if it had fuel leak issues. Maybe an overpressurized gas tank like you sometimes hear about on this forum?
Great car! You and I are kind of similar with cars. I'm just a few years older than you, and I also have an air-cooled 911, and a 69 Alfa. No...