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Ferrari sure produced many models throughout the 60s and Im not sure what year/model I show below, but the two with the lady behind the wheel is interesting with that large luggage rack.
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Very interesting! A regular car...
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Not sure or which year if it is, but it looks like a Superamerica.
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Ferrari just opened a brand new state of the art plant. All in one location they can build classic combustion, hybrid or fully electric vehicles. They claim it was built to adjust on the fly with the demands of the market. Looks amazing. Rob
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Ferrari sure produced many models throughout the 60s and Im not sure what year/model I show below, but the two with the lady behind the wheel is interesting with that large luggage rack.
1963 250 gte series 3. The top one could possibly be a 250 gte or a 330 super America. I would have to see a picture of the back to tell.
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Ferrari sure produced many models throughout the 60s and Im not sure what year/model I show below, but the two with the lady behind the wheel is interesting with that large luggage rack.
There is a lady in Texas entombed in one of these. The say she is setting behind the steering wheel in a risqu outfit. Who says you can't take it with you!
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There is a lady in Texas entombed in one of these. The say she is setting behind the steering wheel in a risqu outfit.
I'll bet there's an interesting story behind that
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Ferrari sure produced many models throughout the 60s and Im not sure what year/model I show below, but the two with the lady behind the wheel is interesting with that large luggage rack.
I looked at the photos agin and I think they are setting at the ferry docks that go to ischia italy. It's a island near Naples. Cool pictures
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I looked at the photos agin and I think they are setting at the ferry docks that go to ischia italy. It's an island near Naples. Cool pictures
I think you may be correct. I didnt notice that hanging sign in the background.
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Highly recommend visiting the island of Ischia and this amazing Castle.

Im checking the drink menu while the wife is walking into the massive garden on this Castle which supplies the restaurants.
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