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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
in my opinion, ferrari is maki

in my opinion, ferrari is making their cars fron't engine, 4 seater cars, now i think enzo would be rolling over in his grave. any thought's guys?
 
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With 75%+ of the productio

With 75%+ of the production being mid-engined F430s--I think your opinion needs a revist.
 
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Prior to the Boxer and the Din

Prior to the Boxer and the Dino, all non-racing Ferraris were front-engined and a number were 2 + 2 seating. The old man didn't have a problem with it then.
 
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As long as the road cars paid

As long as the road cars paid the bills for the race tean I don't think Enzo would care if they were 15 passenger vans
 
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You must be a young guy, or at

You must be a young guy, or at least an owner of only mid 1970's and newer Fcars.
ALL Ferrari cars were front engine prior to the 1974 production Dino GT4.
 
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Actually the 206 Dino came out

Actually the 206 Dino came out in 1969 and the Boxer in 1973, both mid-engined.
 
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As long as it's good wine,

As long as it's good wine, Dave. How about a good 1997 Barolo?

Cheers.
 
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Actually, Mr. Ferrari's fa

Actually, Mr. Ferrari's favorite daily ride was a 400i. A 2+2 front engine machine.
 
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"El Commadantore" also

"El Commadantore" also liked the 400 Superfast which is a pretty healthy sized car by any standards. And it's probable he liked something really mondane that was invisable in traffic when visiting his son's Mother
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BTW, the 250 LM & 330P were both midengined V12's from the early 60's guys & the 206 Dino was a midengined V6 from the mid 60's
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