The NA market never received the special-order-only Fiat Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari, but that hasn’t stopped someone from having a little fun with a personalized license plate. But are they honoring l’Ingegnere, or Enzo Osella, to whom Abarth’s racing team went in 1971 when the company was sold to Fiat?
Curbside Outtake: Which Enzo?
– Posted on April 6, 2016
Given the model name I’d suggest Enzo Ferrari but IIRC, the list price for this car was nearly £40k, which is not Abarth like value for money and there was no Ferrari input.
There is always the possibility that he delivers pizzas . . . . 🙂
Hey I got a letter from Ferrari this week, on Ferrari letter head inviting me to the shareholders meeting.
I had a few Fiat/Chrysler shares and since they split Ferrari off as a separate company I apparently have Ferrari shares. Likely I have 0.0000001 of a Ferrari share, I can’t believe they wasted the postage to tell me this.
Anyway, while I’m there I’ll ask Sergio which Enzo this was supposed to honor. 🙂
Watch it !
At the Daimler shareholders meeting, this day, the police was called to end a fight….about sausages. “Saitenwürschtle”, more specifically. Also known as Wiener- or Frankfurter Würstchen.
(It sure helps if you know a little German)
Hamster behavior?? Germans at their Wurst.☺
Here’s another Lil Enzo – a two cylinder F1 engine by Lampredi. Ok, at 2.5 litres maybe not so Lil.