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1988 Ferrari 412: The Atypical Tipo F101

Boxy is beautiful, just ask Pininfarina.
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Christijan Cuisinier Nesly

It seems, “vu d’ici” (France), the 1988 Ferrari 412 was the last of a certain era, the one of the italian creators of “V12” engines… In those times, even a french journalist and pilot writed it : José Rosinski in the revue Sport Auto. Of course those times stay as some nostalgia… As I was working in Le Salon de l’auto (Paris), as décorateur for Ford, I seen those nights the neighbor stands Ferrari and Lamborghini ; it stays like golden fire letters in my mind… And to read my favorite revue helped ! (need to meet this french amateur!)… Read more »

Tamara Ward
Tamara Ward

I am writing for days an essay and dissertation for the essay writing service in order to collect money for traveling around America on this machine. Summer will be unforgettable!

Simon Sheldrick
Simon Sheldrick

One of the benchmark “GT”s in my mind. I would have a little more volume, but I don’t have one so that point is moot.
Nice looking car and great vid again, Petrolicious.




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The nuance of a classic car ownership ultimately includes the owner, and the best way to appreciate that is hearing the owner’s story in their native language, with their own tonality and intonation etc., their emotion, albeit with subtitles over the top, surely?

Jim Levitt
Jim Levitt

Your biggest market and you show this in French. No dubbing and no subtitles.
As I said, real smart.
I understood two words, voiture and moi

Matthew Lange
Matthew Lange

There are subtitles on it, you just need to press the close caption icon on YouTube.

Good to see the later F101’s (365gt4 2+2, 400,412) getting some recognition.

Thomas Newton
Thomas Newton

You must be American, real smart…
Leaves abnoxious arrogant comments on the internet but doesn’t know how to use it…
As you said, real smart.