Ferrari California  |  Spotted in Miami, Florida

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Ferrari California spotted in Miami, Florida

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    Miami, Florida
  • Description
    Miami South Beach
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    fLo1
  • Date spotted
    04/10/11
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Good luck seeing an mc12 man. The only time I've seen one outside a show was at Ferrari Atlanta, one was in for a service and I got to talking with the manager about a challenge stradale they had for sale at the time. I know a lot about the strad and he was impressed so he said, wanna see something really special? Of course I said yes and he brought me in the back and there was a red Enzo and a mc12. Same owner brought them in for a routine service. I love the Enzo, it's one of the most spectacular cars to see in person IMO, but sitting next to the mc12 it looked almost tame. The mc12 is one of my favorite cars, i don't know if we'll ever see another maser of that caliber now that they are separate from Ferrari. It's so rare though that the chances of seeing one on the streets is bleak. I know of one owner in miami who actually owns two. His collection is one of the most impressive in America as far as modern cars are concerned. He had an Enzo, f40, f50, gemballa mirage gt, two ccx's, one is a special edition 1 of 3 in the world, the other being a ccxr, two mc12s, a saleen s7, three veyrons, one all chrome, one red and chrome, one all black. He has others I just can't think ofthem off the top of my head. His garage was featured a few months ago on l4p as garage of the month. I don't think he ever drives them though, sad to know two mc12s are sitting in florida not being used but sadly it's probably true of most of them. A friend of mine who has a very special collection including an enzo, 288gto, super rare black f50, light blue mclaren f1 ive posted pics of, told me he tried to buy one a few years ago at an auction and the sale price was over 100k more than he was willing to spend going in. It's an extremely desirable car due to its close relation to the Enzo, and there being so few produced.
Posted:  05/25/2012 01:43:08
 
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Good luck seeing an mc12 man. The only time I've seen one outside a show was at Ferrari Atlanta, one was in for a service and I got to talking with the manager about a challenge stradale they had for sale at the time. I know a lot about the strad and he was impressed so he said, wanna see something really special? Of course I said yes and he brought me in the back and there was a red Enzo and a mc12. Same owner brought them in for a routine service. I love the Enzo, it's one of the most spectacular cars to see in person IMO, but sitting next to the mc12 it looked almost tame. The mc12 is one of my favorite cars, i don't know if we'll ever see another maser of that caliber now that they are separate from Ferrari. It's so rare though that the chances of seeing one on the streets is bleak. I know of one owner in miami who actually owns two. His collection is one of the most impressive in America as far as modern cars are concerned. He had an Enzo, f40, f50, gemballa mirage gt, two ccx's, one is a special edition 1 of 3 in the world, the other being a ccxr, two mc12s, a saleen s7, three veyrons,
Posted:  05/25/2012 01:38:36
 
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Last 2 trips I got an Enzo and Bugatti on Ocean Drive. Next I want a Maserati MC12 or whatever it's called.
Posted:  05/24/2012 04:00:56
 
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