Pics of Dr Haas's Ferrari Enzo

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This is the only yellow Enzo I've seen and I really like it.  -  -  -  -  -
 

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Originally posted by outrun: Sealed underbody, good way to shield against corrosion...prolly wouldnt happen to a garaged collectors car anyway [Smile]
I suspect the underbody cladding is more for aerodynamics at 200mph rather than corrosion protection.
 
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Underbody functions are very important. The car has 1,700 lbs. of down-force at 130 MPH for example. The car weighs in at 2,700 lbs by itself. aehaas
 
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NICE CAR DR.! I don't remember where I read the article, But it's written somewhere that Michael Schumacher had problems driving that car. Be Carefull! It's soooooo beautiful!
 
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it's written somewhere that Michael Schumacher had problems driving that car
He was trying it as a 5-mile commuter car? I'd go INSANE within 30 seconds!
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Underbody functions are very important.
I expected that from a gynecologist or protoclogist. [Wink]
 
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Originally posted by Korean_redneck: I'm in love with your garage too.. but that Ford Explorer kind of ruined it.
Ford Expedition [Wink] I would love to see more pics of the garage/collection!
 
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Originally posted by Korean_redneck: I'm in love with your garage too.. but that Ford Explorer kind of ruined it.
Ford Expedition [Wink] I would love to see more pics of the garage/collection!

It could have at least been a Laforza or a gelandewagen [LOL!]
 
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