Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

Postby John Vardanian » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:00 am

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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

Postby 250GT » Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:24 am

NO,NO John ,that was not a kinda like Ruby- Berlusconi case (bunga, bunga )
Co- pilot was 21.
I was 11 years older in 1991....... 20 years ago


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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

Postby 250GT » Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:39 am

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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

Postby 250GT » Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:54 am

Last thing I can show of 0891GT.
from the PF foto cataloque 1958.
Car didnot have brakes fitted on these pics you can clearly see through the spokes.
So this was before its was at the Milano showroom pics (9)
Where is it today?
the fisrt owner was in the US. see Barchetta.cc
but often wrong info there.
that would implicate it was supplied with US features.

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Re: Preproduction 0891GT versus S1 PF coupe

Postby B24Spider » Wed Mar 02, 2011 4:50 pm

Pardon my commentary from the peanut gallery, without introduction.

When Cornelius is referring to messing, he's not talking about how clean you work. It's German for brass.

And if I may, in regards to his assumption re the advent of the self-canceling column turn signal switch, Lancia used them in the Flaminia Berlinas starting in 1957. I don't know if that was the first use, though.

You can guess my bias.

Love that dealership with all the artwork on the walls.

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