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RE: Dead Italians by the side of the road...

Hmm, on my way to Aspen a little while ago I almost got passed by one of
those bright red 512's, but when he was beside me I heard an awful
clank/screech upon which he promptly pulled over to the side of the
road. (amidst a cloud of smoke) I am very happy with my moderately
powered yet very reliable 4ksq! 
*Dustin Sysko                                               
*Visual Bitstream Inc.                                   
*Professional 3D graphics, CAD, and video 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	ScharfR@aol.com [SMTP:ScharfR@aol.com]
> Sent:	Friday, November 14, 1997 11:50 AM
> To:	audidudi@mindspring.com; quattro@coimbra.ans.net
> Subject:	Re: Dead Italians by the side of the road...
> In a message dated 97-11-14 08:08:06 EST, audidudi@mindspring.com
> writes:
> << Last night, driving home from work, I drove by not one but TWO dead
> Ferraris
>  on the side of the road: a bright yellow 348 and a red 512 TR!  I
> don't know
>  why I found this amusing but it's nice to know that not all Ferrari
> owners
>  treat their cars as garage queens... >>
> It used to be that dead Fiats were the most common roadside offal.
> However,
> Fiat no longer imports cars to the U.S. and the last of them have
> reverted to
> their natural state (iron oxide).  Perhaps this unique "market
> positioning"
> dictates that the Ferarris assume the position.