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Discussion in 'General Automotive Discussion' started by Ferrari F1 2004, Oct 12, 2004.
Not just a Toyota engine, a LEXUS LS400 sedan engine turbocharged.
Nice red sausage with Ferrari emblems. LOL
More often than not, an original design ends up awful. Case in point here:
Enzo Stuarti's Sonata
If I knew I wanted an f40 and couldn't come up with a better design on my own, why not? It beats the hell out of another Sonata monstrosity.
Not a bad replica but I would have gone with a 503E or a 2JZGTE.
Good on him, nice replica. Shouldn't have Ferrari badges on though.
Your first post brings back a thread from 2006?
Welcome to FerrariChat
I know this is a reply to an old post but it is a little sensitive to me ..
I don't know why so many negative comments regarding the F40 Silhouette/replica.. Firstly the owner of this car has a deep respect for Ferrari and that is why he hasn't got Ferrari badges / shields on the car.. He doesn't claim for it to be a ferrari .. It is his recreation and he did a great job.. The car is a track weapon, even a real F40 will not keep up with it unless maybe if it was an LM ..
New Zeland makes some great replicas , even the full recreation of the 1962 250 GTO Ferrari Replica- which can fetch up to 1million $ so yes , some replicas do cost a lot of money if they are made right
F.Chat rules of the road as it applies to replicas .... Cobra - OK / Daytona Cobra - OK / GT40 -Ok / Lotus 7's - OK / Any Corvette - OK / Various historical race cars - OK / Listers - Cheetah -Jaguar - Mercedes Benz - All OK / Any Porsche replica - OK / Ferrari replica, tribute ---- you are a #$^%&^$%#%&*^&*^&%^$$% or worse.
As witnessed at any cars and coffee gathering.