Discussion in 'Automotive' started by PitBull, Jan 23, 2009.
Ferrari 288 GTO
F355 F1 / GT
'57 250 Testarossa
I was going to post the F40, but decided to post its father, the 288 GTO, instead (well, technically the 288 GTO Evoluzione was the test bed for the F40).
For a "modern" Ferrari it's hard to beat a 355 Spyder in my books:
As for "classics" you gotta have the 250 GTO
However I wouldn't pass up a California Spyder either
Daytona Spyder....hmmm decisions decisions.....
This is one Ferrari that I don't understand where the following and extremely high auction prices come from. In my opinion, it's one of the worst looking Ferraris of all time. I hate its nose. It just doesn't look good in my eyes, yet it's reveered as one of the sexiest looking cars of all time. I just don't get the appeal. This isn't me dogging on anyone (I suppose the majority) of people who love it, I just genuinely don't see how it's a good looking car. At all.
Two words: Miami Vice
The nose minus the stupid US-spec bumpers is a work of art. US bumper regs in the 1970s ruined a lot of very beautiful machinery, almost as bad as the headlight regs in the 1980's that eliminated flushmounts.
Don't think Vice has anything to do with it myself since most people equate Vice to the Crockett's white Testarossa, since it was used for more seasons and for the peak of the show's popularity. The Daytona "blow-up" episode is always good for a laugh though
the one with the huge thingies in the doors, straight out of the Korn music video
F50 Lemans GT
I personally own this one here.
I has my 250 also
A favourite would be tough.. there are so many
in terms of road cars F355 as well
I'm a big fan of the F355 and the Daytona too. Not a fan of Ferrari convertable though, unless it's early models (pre-1970) or the F360/430.
I have that Viper as well as the GTS model. Is that big ass Grand National a diecast or plastic model.
Novitec F430 (I love F430's in general):
or 360 Modeno (my neighbour had one - beautiful car)
348.. Dunno why.
Can't believe no one has said the Testarossa
Go Miami Vice!!!
they look awesome on the outside but very shitty interior. Would love to get a white ferrari with shiny black rims
I think that might be why the 348 is my fav.
Testarossa and 355 styling combined!
Has the lower shelf ever colapsed due to excessive boring?
I like the classic ones a little better with the sharper lines.
Ferrari 1984 288 GTO
+rep for posting the same car as me.