Known Exotics in Iowa

Discussion in 'North Midwest - USA (ND, SD, MN, IA, WI, IL)' started by Rytt, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. Akram

    Akram Formula Junior

    Aug 17, 2009
    Clive, Iowa
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    Ray Salloum
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  3. FordMan

    FordMan Formula Junior

    Aug 26, 2013
    Central Illinois
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    Bobby R
    It seems the Ferrari community just keeps growing in Iowa! Thanks for the pics-love that 812 color!
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  4. slysnake

    slysnake Rookie

    Dec 1, 2019
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    Dan Proctor
    Add a 360 F1 Spider in Keokuk. I'll have to post a picture later. :)
  5. JOHN_B

    JOHN_B Rookie

    Jul 3, 2009
    Vinton, Iowa
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    John Bendickson
    Also a red 1980 308GTSI in Vinton
    By the way where would you recommend going for service and/or restoration work if you were near Cedar Rapids?
  6. LShannon25

    LShannon25 Rookie

    Feb 1, 2021
    Minneapolis, MN
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    Luke Shannon
    This thread looks like it’s quieted down quite a bit, but thought I’d contribute anyway.

    The manual F430 was spotted in Middleton, WI when I lived there about 3 years ago. Pretty cool to see Iowa plates on a car like that.

    The Diablo VT was at American Dream Machines in Des Moines 2 years ago, salesman said it was a long-time local car.

    And I know this is an old topic on here, but you can see a picture of the F50 on the St. Donatus Body & Paint shop website, and pictures of a 288 GTO/F40 once a project at HARTek Automotive, in Iowa City. That doesn’t “prove” the F40 resides in Iowa, but super cool to see these cars at one point in the state anyway.

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  8. Lindy

    Lindy Rookie

    Sep 8, 2012
    I may be mistaken, but i think there is both a F40 and an F50 that reside in Iowa. Check posts from 5 plus years ago
  9. Akram

    Akram Formula Junior

    Aug 17, 2009
    Clive, Iowa
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    Ray Salloum
    Lindy, The F 40 and 50 are in Johnson County with one hell of a collection, Probably the biggest in Iowa. There have been many new cars in the Polk County area but people are just not interested as they use to be, plus this thread is worthless without pics.

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