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2010 WRANGLER THAT GEICO SPENT $14K FIXING
ALMOST THERE! Chugging along right now too.
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Meh congrats but impress me with the stock squatch making the run...
 

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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Is that a Ferrari 512 Modulo by Pininfarina? I remembered seeing this car in "Car and Driver" when I was a teen in the 80's. At the time, I though this was a new car, but later learned that it was a concept car first shown in 1970 (the year I was born) at the Geneva Auto Show. By the time I first saw it in a magazine, it was already 15+ years old. To my teenage eyes it was beautiful and futuristic. To this day, I think the Modulo is still the most beautiful car ever. The design has stood up to the test of time. Thank you for sharing the picture. Happy Thanksgiving!
 

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Is that a Ferrari 512 Modulo by Pininfarina? I remembered seeing this car in "Car and Driver" when I was a teen in the 80's. At the time, I though this was a new car, but later learned that it was a concept car first shown in 1970 (the year I was born) at the Geneva Auto Show. By the time I first saw it in a magazine, it was already 15+ years old. To my teenage eyes it was beautiful and futuristic. To this day, I think the Modulo is still the most beautiful car ever. The design has stood up to the test of time. Thank you for sharing the picture. Happy Thanksgiving!
Hi
Yes that is Ferrari 512S Modulo by Pininfarina.
We acquired it directly from Pininfarina a few years ago.
 

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