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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    August 'Fantasy Junctioin' visit

    Clearly the inventory this time around has a strong Italian tilt, probably attributable in my opinion to the timing and proximity of the imminent Monterey Week auctions and events.

    The first car, the Slate Grey Ferrari 365 GTC / 4 Coupe - virtually a Daytona but much more refined and usable ( less truck-like if you will ) and a far better value, if not the downright best deal of the classic era v-12 front-engined cars, compared to the 365 GTB4s - caught my eye due to the sensational setting and natural light flowing in through open side door, really more of a photographic excercise rather than showing the car. Followed by a '58 250 Tour de France Coupe, photos #3 & 4 - when will any of us ever see two Alfa-Romeo TZs nose-to-tail in the metal under one roof again, and one of the rapidly appreciating Ferrari ( nee Dino ) 246 GTBs in a color I've never seen on any Maranello product.

    Thanks for looking,

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    That Dino color is interesting. What are they asking?

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