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Ferrari California Gt250 on 2040-cars

US $15,000.00
Year:1961 Mileage:3111 Color: Red
Location:

Cerritos, California, United States

Cerritos, California, United States

This classic Ferrari Replica was professionally built using plans and molds that were used to build the California Spyder that was made famous by the movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". It was built from the ground-up using 95% new parts. This Cal Spyder is a Series 2 by Rennucci and was one of the last Modena bodies with Dr. Renucci acquired the company.Features:Square Tube FrameFiberglass BodyFour Wheel Power Disc Brakes5-Speed Tremac TransmissionFord Limited Slip Rear EndAir ConditioningAm/Fm/Cd StereoFord 302 Performance Engine with Roller Rockers, Aluminum Heads, Performance Cam, 600 CFM Carb, Elderbrock Intake Manifold, and MSD IgnitionRoll-up Side WindowsLeather InteriorStainless Steel BumpersPower SteeringKnock-off Wire Wheels3000 +/- milesCar has been titled with the SB-100 in California (2014 Special Construction) making it very easy to title again in California.In addition, car has had extensive suspension work in order to make the ride more predictable and correct.

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This is what it's like to drive Magnum PI's Ferrari 308

Sat, 26 Oct 2013

In the pantheon of 80s pop culture, few cars have such provenance as the Ferrari 308. Sure, vehicular icons like the DeLorean and Pontiac Trans Am (especially in time machine and KITT guise) made us swoon back in the day, but there's something about the bright red Italian that makes it stand out; perhaps it is the 308's performance credibility, at least when compared to other memorable cars of its ilk.
Our fondness for Magnum PI's Ferrari 308 is shared by Oscar Verdugo, who's featured in the video you'll see below. Brought to you by theAFICIONAUTO, this video highlights the bond between the men and women who own and love such so-called star cars, and it focuses on one particular 1981 Ferrari 308 GTSI. Scroll down to watch the video below.

Apple CarPlay drawing early safety concerns [w/video]

Sun, 09 Mar 2014

Apple's CarPlay infotainment system hasn't made it into a single vehicle yet, and it's already drawing criticism for distracting drivers among safety advocates. The new tech unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show pairs users' iPhones with the car's dashboard display to make calls, dictate messages and listen to music. Some automakers, like Volvo, also let users interact with the HVAC system from the screen.
"The idea that people want to be on their phones, and therefore let's give them a way to do that -- that's not putting safety first, that's putting convenience and the desire to be in touch first," said Bruce Hamilton, manager of research and communications at the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, to CNN Money.
Distracted driving is a huge concern on modern roads with more vehicles allowing drivers to use their smartphones through Bluetooth and infotainment systems. A Texas A&M study found that drivers' reaction time doubled while dictating text messages, according to CNN Money. The new tech is certainly not making drivers pay more attention.

LaFerrari still being honed at N"urburgring

Wed, 25 Sep 2013

Ferrari might have jumped the gun debuting the LaFerrari hypercar at the Geneva Motor Show, judging by these spy shots. There have already been rumors that the nearly 1,000-horsepower hybrid still needed some finalizing, but it seems really quite odd that we're seeing cars running with camo six months after the official debut.
So here are our theories as to what this might be. First, the likely case is that this car is merely taking part in finalization of the LaFerrari. The two more sensational theories we've brewed up are a bit more unlikely. This could be a prototype of the once-rumored Maserati MC12 successor, with the camo in place to hide sheetmetal specific to a Maserati. The second, and in our minds, least likely scenario, is that this is a prototype of a more hardcore or competition variant of the LaFerrari, along the lines of the Enzo-based FXX.
Admittedly, that last option is really grasping at straws, but the last camo'd car we saw sported a unique exhaust, that our spy noted as being significantly louder than an uncovered model that was running alongside. While the timing seems odd - a mere six months after the debut of a car that isn't even on sale yet - it's not outside of Ferrari custom to release more potent, track-only versions of its hypercars. Take a look at the spy shots up top, and let us know what you think.