Post a pic of your V8 Ferrari

Post a pic of your V8 Ferrari

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andyr

369 posts

287 months

Thursday 21st September 2023
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Very glad I did this - took my car to Hotel Hermitage in Monte Carlo for dinner.

andyr

369 posts

287 months

Thursday 21st September 2023
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348jeff said:
Just got my car back from the bodyshop having a few ugly bits taken care of - now the outside matches the inside :-)

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/e_axmvd5EOc
Very nice. Congrats.

G-wiz

2,377 posts

29 months

Sunday 24th September 2023
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andyr said:


Very glad I did this - took my car to Hotel Hermitage in Monte Carlo for dinner.
Very elegant.

Car looks great too,

Mark_Blanchard

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774 posts

258 months

Monday 25th September 2023
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A couple of photos from Stonor Supercars and Classics day yesterday.



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Edited by Mark_Blanchard on Monday 25th September 11:13

Mark_Blanchard

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774 posts

258 months

Saturday 7th October 2023
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Mark_Blanchard

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774 posts

258 months

Wednesday 1st November 2023
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Took a couple of Autumn shots of my car, with a new reg:





paulmnz

471 posts

177 months

Wednesday 1st November 2023
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France and Spain '23

Turns out the Spanish police also like to get up early on a Sunday morning whistle

swanseaboydan

1,746 posts

166 months

Wednesday 1st November 2023
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Ahhh - did you get a ticket ??

Dave L

224 posts

255 months

Thursday 2nd November 2023
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One of mine, from a racetrack in France in July.

swanseaboydan

1,746 posts

166 months

Thursday 2nd November 2023
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I’m
So tempted by this one owner portofino. . I went to see it today in Romans


pete

1,596 posts

287 months

Friday 3rd November 2023
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That Blu Abu Dhabi Portofino at Romans is lovely. Just the right spec, with loads of carbon to remove the acres of plastic they come with as standard, and all the practical bits and bobs like parking cameras, Car Play, decent hifi, etc, and an unusual and beautiful colour. I know it seems like sacrilege to be obsessed with spec on a V8 Ferrari, but given the Portofino's brief as a rapid and stylish GT, I wanted mine to feel like a special place to sit, as well as being fun to fling down a B road with the roof off!

I hope it was as nice in the metal as it looks in the photos. When are you buying it? biggrin

swanseaboydan

1,746 posts

166 months

Friday 3rd November 2023
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Hmm - I’m cogitating . . It’s a question of garage space . . It’s lovely in the flesh, great spec - lovely blue with a slight sparkle in it - just can’t quite make the decision - would be to replace my 991.2 gts targa as I think the portofino would be a better cruiser on the motorway

jonamv8

3,168 posts

169 months

Saturday 25th November 2023
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Some real beauties in here, here is mine:


Mark_Blanchard

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774 posts

258 months

Wednesday 5th June
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A couple of V8's from the Ferrari Owner's Club concours at Henley on Thames last Sunday.


















Thorburn

2,405 posts

196 months

Thursday 6th June
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Almost one year since picking up my 458 Spider, gave it a clean and took it down Haynes for the breakfast clubs Italian theme last weekend.






blueg33

36,872 posts

227 months

Saturday 8th June
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Shiny. Ready for the Lyn Valley Classic




worldwidewebs

2,413 posts

253 months

Sunday 9th June
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At the Northern Ferrari Day earlier this morning

Mark_Blanchard

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774 posts

258 months

Monday 10th June
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blueg33 said:
Shiny. Ready for the Lyn Valley Classic

Glad to see it up and running again. Looking really good!

blueg33

36,872 posts

227 months

Monday 10th June
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Mark_Blanchard said:
blueg33 said:
Shiny. Ready for the Lyn Valley Classic

Glad to see it up and running again. Looking really good!
Thanks, I'm glad to be driving it again - although my wallet took a hammering.

By the time I got to Lynton rain en-route and a few trucks issuing spray had dulled the shine smile

I am now thinking about selling. Mrs Blue advised me that she would be more interested in road trips if I had something a little less "raw"


Ribacraig

62 posts

18 months

Monday 10th June
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