I love my modena...as far as specialty
cars go, it is one one of the most
reliable. Lots of trunk room and
behind the seat room if you have the
carbon fiber racing seats. I call it
moody because it is very specific about
EVERYTHING you do, from foot on the
brake, resetting the ignition kill for
the alarm, to turning off the car in
gear. There are lots of rules and
regulations you have to abide by in
order to drive this car or you will be
buzzed and beeped at constantly. If
you are type A, it should be no problem!
BY far #1 is the design (the lines on
the coupe are incredible), followed
next by the sound of the engine (no
need for a radio-listening to the car
is pure enjoyment)
More options as standard features
($1000 for the ferrari shields?)
Ferrari has outdone themselves with
this beauty. This car handles so well
it makes diving fun. I recommend that
you take lessons on hw to drive a
performance car first, this was you can
enjoy the ride so much more. I can't
wait for next summer when I will buy my
third Ferrari, The Enzo.
Speed, Power, Look.
Guys, women love this car.
Ah, Ferraris... Nothing quite like
them in the world. The 360 Modena is a
great example. Performance, beauty,
and the reliability of a Mazda or
Ford. No, worse than that. Look
forward to constant repairs, many
annoying problems, and spending a lot
of time at the dealership. Do yourself
a favor and only plan on using it on
weekends. Day to day, I'll take an NSX
F1-Style Shifter (totally awesome!)
Body design (one of the most beautiful
cars on the planet)
Less than 10 cylinders (for a change)
Relaibility, reliability, reliability.
Can't say it enough.
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