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Old 06-17-2009, 05:36 PM
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WOW, to those pics!

But try posting it in the right section, more might see it....
Right section? Isn't this the Ferrari supercar section? This 166 would definitely qualify.
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What a cool Ferrari! It really looks spotless as well. He must nurture it like a baby to keep it in that shape

Great thread Jason!
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I thought the guy with Enzo P4 thing had 002C?
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I thought the guy with Enzo P4 thing had 002C?
He might but it might not be as "complete" as 004C.
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I thought the guy with Enzo P4 thing had 002C?
Jim Glickenhaus?
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He might but it might not be as "complete" as 004C.
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Jim Glickenhaus?
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It is probably fairly safe to assume that if this car were to ever be auctioned, it would be the highest price ever for a car bought/sold on the open market.

Stunning, rare, special, and with real history. There are many cars that would leave me speechless by being in their presence. This and the 722 Stirling Moss SL (the original one) are at the top of the list.
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Incredible photos, Jason! Thank you for the sneak peak last night!

What a stunning car. That engine is really impressive and the whole car appears to be beautifully restored. As ZAMIRZ said, those roman numerals on the shift knob are badass!
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Amazing photos - thanks for sharing!

Very cool that the owner displays this magnificent Ferrari. It is such an important piece of history for automotive engineering and design. It would be a disgrace to auction this car...talk about a nice heirloom.
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Jason,
I don't know what is more impressive, your photography talents, or the fact that you always have a target rich environment to shoot. Thanks for all that you do.
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