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Here's a car that deserved 'better pictures. After all, it's the star in two of my Best Motoring videos. :giggle









One of my holy grails for 2004! :happy

:cheers
 
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:goodpost I love these models. I am onlt missing the silver prototype myself.
 
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Great pics, Gian. Seem like you had a long photo session today! :cheers
 
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Nice car Gian.

If it wasn't for the worry over melting rims I would happily buy some more UT355s.

:cheers
 
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Very nice pictures!

This is my favourite Ferrari!

I would like to see some pics of the interior
 
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great pics and car Gian :cheers

nice choice of background, works great ,especially in the first pic :cheers
 
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Thanks guys for the compliments. Glad you like the way the pics came out! :happy

:cheers
 
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For me it's hard to get. It's either really expensive by itself or just really expensive to ship.

I want the red-tan interior F355 so bad! :cry
 
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There's the Red-black, black-black and dark blue-tan (???)

Then the GTS (with removable top) that come in yellow and red.
 

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I would like to know too.

Of the UT 355 (all types) available, what is considered HTF or high value in case I ever see one for "cheap" at a local shop (I probably never will) :confused

Thanks.
 
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Both the GTSs are the hardest to find and most expensive.

The black and blue Berlinettas are next.

Then all the other colors and versions (including spyders).

Nowadays, the starting price is about ~$35-$250! :giggle
 
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