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Old 06-20-2005, 05:59 PM
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Luigi Chinetti who was THE Ferrari dealer in Connecticut.

.Chinetti offerd to trade a new Daytona for the old Alfa.
If it was an Alfa 1750 6c... prepped by Enzo himself... with a Zagato body... yeah... they are worth lots more than a Daytona EVER was. Luigi Chinetti was the head engineer for Ferrari during the early 60's... during the period when Phil Hill won the world championship in '61 .
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Old 06-20-2005, 09:27 PM
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Hey boatshopping, you in the market for this?

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I wish I could say yes to that, looks real nice. But the divorce is final and closing a house on 6/28. Have to see what funds are left. Probably looking for something a little smaller. In the 22' to 24' range that I can tow with my current truck.

I had been eyeing up the Superboat in Indy but wanted to get the deal done on the house first.

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Birddog...

I was the "boatguy" at H&M. My friend Thomas Ronnberg, from Sweden has a 19' Hornet Donzi. He would give his left you-know-what for the Hi-riser. If the guy wants to sell, have him PM me and I'll hook him up with Thomas
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I wish I could say yes to that, looks real nice. But the divorce is final and closing a house on 6/28. Have to see what funds are left. Probably looking for something a little smaller. In the 22' to 24' range that I can tow with my current truck.

I had been eyeing up the Superboat in Indy but wanted to get the deal done on the house first.

Thanks,
John
John,
First things first....congrats on your new house!
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I was the "boatguy" at H&M. My friend Thomas Ronnberg, from Sweden has a 19' Hornet Donzi. He would give his left you-know-what for the Hi-riser. If the guy wants to sell, have him PM me and I'll hook him up with Thomas
It takes a while to get him moving on anything but I think he is about ready to let it go. I'll let him know !
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