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There is nothing like the sound of a Ferrari V12 at speed. I have been fortunate enough to have owned and driven the fabulous 1969 365GT 2+2. I have been truly blessed!
Once again, I have to ask one questions only. Where was this shot? I love the videos, love the cars, and sometimes I get the sense that the roads and areas help with the videos. I would like to know where they are shot. And maybe someday I will get to drive in those same roads, even if I’m not driving a rare C-Type!
Somewhere in Southern Oregon… Possibly the same area as the sublime Ferrari 250 GTO film was taken. I believe its east of Medford towards Klamath Falls off highway 140.
As always yet another fantastic video from Petrolicious. Simply stunning.
Only one minor gripe, please David….the name is Jaguar, not Jagwar. Its an English thing in terms of pronunciation. Surely even Americans can get this correct.
David, “surely even Americans”. Come on, is there really a need for this comment? It smacks of Empiric superiority. Jagwar, Jaguar, does it truly matter…….?
Amazing car. You know what my favorite bit is? The spare spark plugs on the sill of driver’s side door. That is what I call “a nice touch,” man.
Yeah, I caught that as well and thought the same thing. It’s the small things.
Looks like a fun car to work on (and drive).
slice of heaven,,, Kurt
The car is amazing. The videography is as usual stunning. The dude however does not come off as your high standard humble & genuine car guy. Left me feeling empty.
I continue to be a huge fan of these videos and wait every week for the new one. What I don’t understand is how 2 weeks ago you devote a whole 13+ minutes to an amateur rider of vintage motorcycles, then only give 5 mins to one of the most storied, rare and beautiful cars ever to exist! What gives?
I think its because that video had the person behind the car and a true story of a true petrol head … this sponsored content … well I get why they need to do it and that it brings us the opportunity to see the most rare and pretty cars in the world but it is still just a commercial of an upcoming auction to rise the value of the car …. something that after the SNART Ferrari is obvious … I am a huge fan but the best videos are those with a true story behind them
I have been pretty lucky to drive and shoot one of her sisters last week-end and yes, this car is stunning. What’s better to think that the car in the one you are is the same as a car that won Le Mans by two times ?
Once again, it is a superb video dear Petrolicious.
One thing I really noticed in this film is that the car was never driven very fast. Not that is can’t. However it is much more about the experience of the car in a total sense. The sounds, the sensations, the feeling the car gives you. You do not need to drive like your hair is on fire to experience what has to be one of the great cars of all time.
Lovely car, sounds even better than it looks, if that’s possible. Can you please tell us who those no less than 5 Le Mans-winning drivers were?? Thanks for another mouth-watering video.
Amazing video, beautiful car!
Text needs to be updated from last week’s Impala video 😉
Refresh your browser / clear cache and it should be all good! Sorry about that hiccup!
beautiful, you lucky man. but its a jag-yoo- ar, not a jagwah
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