Ford vs Ferrari

zimmy

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I have an idea - how about on Nov 15th (opening of the movie), we find a convenient theater showing a matinee and we all take our Cobras and go see the film together? We could even be magnanimous and invite any Ferrari owners we know to join us (they have to drive their cars, tho). Might be fun!!! What do you say????????
 

jim

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I don't know how accurate it was with the Ford story.
But I enjoyed. O0
 

JWEHR

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Going this afternoon to Udvar Hazy @ 4:25. Looking forward to the IMAX experience.
 

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Ken Caniglia AKA Superfly
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Two articles in Motor Trend on movie. Interesting facts:
- Lemans pits were simulated at airport in CA.
- Cars were going between 160 and 185 depending on scene.
- Ferrari that went airborne was shot out of a cannon, twice.
- Lastly cars were powered by cheby engines.
- And the guy that drove the camera vehicle had balls.
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