First, the cleanest 355 I’ve ever seen. Manual, of course.

458s top going up

There were TONS of 308/328s out today.

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All, of course, were mint.

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Testarossa! There was another modified example further down, but I didn’t get any pictures. It had polished wheels too, which just looked.....off on a Testarossa.

That front overhang is ridiculous.

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512BB!!! It had under 1000 miles since new.

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Those fog lights. Glorious.

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One of around 6 or 7 gorgeous Dinos present that day.

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The 365 style door handles are great too.

The mirrors on a 328....so 80s...

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See that Saleen S7? It belonged to Paul Walker.

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The world’s most jumbled interior. Seriously. It’s basically a slightly better assembled kit car.

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Center lock wheel are the best.

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This isn’t one of Ferrari’s best designs.

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Classic Koni shocks.

Speaking of awkward designs...awesome history though

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Another 512 BB

I believe that would be a Ferrari 250 GT convertible. Next to a 288 GTO...

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...Next to an F40. And F50. And Enzo.

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That’s straight up porn there.

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Judges gonna judge!

I’ll take the left one please!

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Such a perfectly sparse interior. It was very interesting to see how much more streetable each generation got.

I wasn’t really able to see the carbon weave on this F40.

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Baby goes here.

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If you look in the bright spots, you can see the weave of the carbon through the paint.

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ENZO!

Center lock wheels everywhere!

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The TheFerrari with a strange stripe.

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Exposed carbon is glorious.

The shape is damn perfect.

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275 GTB! The hood is so looooooong

Midnight purple V12 Vantage

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Carbon ceramic brakes

And lip stick too.

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This was a fully legalized and CA legal Euro model Enzo.

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No idea what was providing light on the pedal box.

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Another F40. Yes please.

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On the outside, a 996 GT3.

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Citroen SM, also on the outside.

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Mulsane with an Armenian flag to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide

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The wrap job was odd though.

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One of the rarest (and best) 599s ever made, the GTO!

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Italian-grade zip ties

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You’ve heard of the McLaren F1 Long Tail? Ferrari 365 Long Tail! (Or GT, as everyone else calls it)

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Another fabulous shape, 365 GTC/4. Not as iconic as the Daytona, but still great.

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The teardrop shape of the windows is one of the best shapes too.

Stock vs. modified Dinos

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Covered headlights! It’s almost reminiscent of a Porsche 904

Removed bumpers too.

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The background holds the real stars.

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I love the placement of the chassis #

This is apparently one of only 4 made in this color.

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It was packed.

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One of the best plates ever. This thing looked well used too, and came to the show rocking plenty of dirt.

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Paul Walker’s S7 in the background again

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Pretty sure I saw this car parked in Malibu about a month ago.

Wood rimmed wheels everywhere!

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Going broke in style is the best way to go broke.

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Somehow the shape of the Enzo is even better under the cover

45th anniversary GTR!!!

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Honestly, just looks like the old man edition (especially those wheels)

Modified 348!!!

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I hear those Speedlines are a massive pain to find.

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I LOVE GOOOOOOLD

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Down on the street....

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TURBO

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S2000 on Enkei RPF1s

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Also spotted a Carrera GT!!!

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