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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Darn!
I ordered Titanium/ bla


Darn!
I ordered Titanium/ black top and Bordeaux interior!
And look what UPS delivered!
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Does anyone have first hand ex

Does anyone have first hand experience (or know) the process of ordering a custom Ferrari automobile? I'm thinking like in the days of custom-appointed (or custom bodied) 250's, etc. Or maybe Ferrari, as a car manufacturer has lost the ability to do custom work (or I have another secret idea, which might cause Ferrari to consider it from a marketing standpoint).
ANYHOOOO.....
Inspired by an arsty "partner in high speed crime" named Susan tonight, I've decided to ask Scottsdale Ferrari (where I bought my 550) and Ferrari of Denver (where it's mantained and where my art hangs on the walls) to inquire with Ferrari N/A and Maranello on how soon a custom-manufactured WYO599 Spyder can be manufactured to my custom specs; And what deposit amount is required to pay Maranello to perform the engineering analysis needed to re-skin and re-structure the 599 as a Spyder, with roll bar and roof. And if Ferrari won't do that, maybe I'll just buy a standard hard top and have it chopped to make it a Spyder (or have a custom-made electro-chromatic sun roofed installed, to make it a one-off vehicle worthy of being called the WYO599).

In any event, the WYO599 -will- have HRE custom wheels, because, A)I'm loyal to Renee Gulliford of HRE...and B) Dar_ it, I'm WYO599! And I wouldn't be as notorious as I am - without saying what kind of wheels are on my custom Ferrari 599...the WYO599!
The great thing about the WYO599 is that it will never leave me, even if I (or my estate) sells it to someone else...it will always be the WYO599!
Stay tuned to your Laser Radio!
PS: WYO550 still leads the "Troll of the Year" contest at Ferrari-Chatty Cathy...leading the next nominee by a 30% margin!
Thanks Cathys! You've made WYO even more famous!
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
I imagine in today's hot h

I imagine in today's hot high end market a factory spyder from Ferrari will not be far behind the coupe.

PS: WYO550 still leads the "Troll of the Year" contest at Ferrari-Chatty Cathy...leading the next nominee by a 30% margin!
Thanks Cathys! You've made WYO even more famous!

Huh???
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Few years back Agnelli had a o

Few years back Agnelli had a one-off 360 barhcetta for Mr. Montezemolo as wedding present.
To sum it up: if you have REAL money and are a VVIP (OK, Agnelli owned the thing...) you go there (Maranello) and have it done.
Ciao
Eugenio
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
My friends at Pininfarina can

My friends at Pininfarina can handle this for you.

They can even fit a three piece folding top like the one they engineered for Volvo if you wish.

The cost (my guess) would be about 1 million + a 599 which they can source for you as well.

If you're serious pm me.
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Can't believe that carries

Can't believe that carries a Ferrari badge....Needs serious redesign!
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
I agree with Rayman. I don&#39

I agree with Rayman. I don't like the new styling that Ferrari has come out with the last few years.
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
Who is putting Ferrari Badges

Who is putting Ferrari Badges on a Miata ??? That's funny!!!

But with 450K niles on my 92 626 it night not be a bad idea!!!

 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Napolis can get it done....as

Napolis can get it done....as stated......

But also, as stated above I don't think it'll be long before factory R&D chops the roof in house, a la SuperAmerica575.....

"One must have patience, GrasshopperWYO, to reduce the cost of admission.." LOL!

No, JRV they are putting AUDI badges on the Miata next year.....:rolleyes: A nice looking prototype, I've seen, very retro......Of course if you already have a REAL one, no need.......
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
I think he's lost in that

I think he's lost in that Off Topic Section, Murph!

There's a change in the wind, WYO, (coastal residents are good at sensing it).....He runs furthest, who runs longest.

Thoughts and prayers to JRV, get well soon, buddy!
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
The folding top is great as an

The folding top is great as an engineering feat, but I'm sure hugely expensive....the "Speedy308 Budget Model" can just have a carbon fibre roof cap like the old Mercedes SLs.....we'll leave it hanging over the car in the garage on a chain, for sunny days!
 
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