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Discussion in '288GTO/F40/F50/Enzo/LaFerrari' started by Therry, Mar 8, 2020.
Oh surprised to see him selling it considering he absolutely loved it.
this thread prompted me to look into both cars a little more deeply, and after an admittedly short dive into things, both cars actually dont seem to be made that well.
i dont think either one is a really great car. both have issues of some kind, and dont really seem that solid over the long term.
beginning to think that of the 5 aces, the analog cars are still the ones to gravitate towards. they seem to be made reasonably well and dont have aspects that will fail without any provocation.
not that it makes any difference to anybody, but if i had the $2.5 mil disposable to buy a car, it would not be either one of these fwiw.
The newer car are infinitely better built than older Ferraris, like the ones you mention. I believe your nostalgia skews your viewpoint.
you are most undoubtedly correct about build quality.
what i guess i was trying to say is that i would rather deal with build quality issues in the analog cars, vs wonky f1 gearbox, ecu, battery issues in the 2 modern ones.
moot point anyway since i dont have 2.5 mil to throw at cars right now.
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I'm kind of shocked that Lingenfelter sold his Enzo. I assume he bought it new?
I'm shocked Ralph Lauren who previously owned it sold it too.
can you drive lafferari without battery at all? maybe good idea is to remove battery?
but they keep their F40s!
I'm not sure Ralph Lauren kept his F40.
Ferrari isn't going to continue building that battery forever. You can't even buy a new top for a SuperAmerica.