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post #76 of 146 (permalink) Old 07-10-2006, 01:49 PM
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Phil has the high resolution pictures, and Jack knows what is on them.......

Go on, this is interesting.

(But please keep it on this level and no insults)
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Interesting it may be, but it doesn't answer any questions about the ISO breadvan in post #1 of this thread -- despite that poster's repeated request.

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Here the email from Volpi
Now, you can claim to have talked with Enzo Ferrari also, but claiming a story, don t means that the story is true.
I like facts, not gossips

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I forwarded your request to GV.
Gary

Can you please ask Count Volpi where is the car today ? Barchetta with a 348 engine

Thank You



Giotto told me that he send the car to Switzerland ?
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Count Volpi has no information on the car.
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May be the difference is that on this subject Count Volpi called me directly, not via a middleman called Gary, november 9th 2000 wile writing my Bizzarrini book.
During that conversation Count Volpi also told me that the Ferrari 348 engine was replaced by an Alfa one. A difference of 146 kgs on a total weight of 650.
That are facts if you want so
In my opinion the Count is a wise man and knows exactly what he says and does.

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Jack, I known you and if you want to believe that you wrote the book and that I was only the publisher, it s ok with me but in this case, how you are going to explain that in the second edition, your name will not appear ?

Last time that you show me the location of a car, you receive your commission in CASH, then I don t see where is the problem
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but Jack Koobs the Hartog is the original writer of the first Bizzarrini book
Marvin,

thanks for reminding us of the truth!!!!

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Jack, I known you and if you want to believe that you wrote the book and that I was only the publisher, it s ok with me but in this case, how you are going to explain that in the second edition, your name will not appear ?
I never said that I won't or didn't write a book - on Bizzarrini? - again.

I am glad that we are living in a free world and that authors freely can choose their next publisher.

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Interesting it may be, but it doesn't answer any questions about the ISO breadvan in post #1 of this thread -- despite that poster's repeated request.
Could it be that some of our posts are unvisible to some readers?
Probably too busy arguing instead of focussing on the main question.
I'm glad that I found some pictures of the same car on several websites, otherwise I would have thought it was just a (bad) dream...
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Could it be that some of our posts are unvisible to some readers?
Probably too busy arguing instead of focussing on the main question.
I'm glad that I found some pictures of the same car on several websites, otherwise I would have thought it was just a (bad) dream...

I guess your questions can only be answered by Phil. Because he knows the car. But I guess that he is not in the mood to put this on the internet because some will start calling him names right away.

And why a bad dream? It would make a great racecar. Have you ever driven an ISO, they can be very fast. It does have its value, whenever it was built or whoever made it.
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I never said that I won't or didn't write a book - on Bizzarrini? - again.

I am glad that we are living in a free world and that authors freely can choose their next publisher.

Ciao,
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Jack, for the people you understand the book business, your claims are just funny, but let s stop this before he go out of control.
If you want to make a book on Bizzarrini, don t say it, just do it
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And why a bad dream? It would make a great racecar. Have you ever driven an ISO, they can be very fast. It does have its value, whenever it was built or whoever made it.
With bad dream I ment the way this thread is going, once again. I just posted a picture of a unknown (to me) car, asking for some information, but it seems impossible to have a normal behaviour for some people. It's always the same lately, starting a thread and after a few replies, the war starts all over again.
May be some people have to review their attitude and make this forum back the way it was. Informatic and good reading stuff.
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I agree with you, I was able to help you but not when some people start to badmouth the car without any knowledge of it
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Does anyone really care?? Why don't people find something good to argue about ?

Here are a couple of suggestions:
1) My penis is bigger than yours!
2) My penis is smaller than yours!
3) My penis is smarter than yours!

Just a few warm ups with these six words and you can start a heck of an argument.

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Does anyone really care?? Why don't people find something good to argue about ?

Here are a couple of suggestions:
1) My toyota is bigger than yours!
2) My toyota is smaller than yours!
3) My toyota is smarter than yours!

Just a few warm ups with these six words and you can start a heck of an argument.

At least write something about cars. I'm new to this forum and don't understand all this insulting.

This nonsense makes it impossible to share any information. I'm aware now there are some people on this forum who can't stand each other. Who cares! Be a grown up and get over it.

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Wow! I guess I shut this dicussion down with the use of the "P" word.
Sorry
Some people should not be allowed to drive Italian cars. Would you write this if we would all know your name and adress? I notice that those giving comments like yours are all using an alias.

Just to let you know, there are only two people on this forum who know about these cars, Bizzarrini and Iso related prototypes / fakes / replicas or whatever, and I mean Jack Koobs de hartog and Phil Olzcyk, and share this information. The rest of us should just ask the right questions. You may disagree with the way Phil expresses himself, we all know that, fact is that these two are the ones sitting on the information we all would like to know.

And if you're happy with shutting down this thread with your private parts I feel sorry for you.

Nice Alfetta by the way, I always liked them. Please sell it, get yourself a Toyota Prius or something and save the world somewhere else.

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Marvin:

We don't know who you are and you are new here....so with that who are you to lecture anyone on this board? I would suggest that you let Phillipe speak for himself and that you should play nice. We all like to cut up and have fun. So take comments from others with that in mind. Note the uses of smiles in the text of comments.

In regards to Phillipe and his conduct, he has made his bed by his actions. No need for you to waste your time in defending him or any one else. Only Phillipe can make amends for his actions and dis-respectfulness on this board. I would suggest you do a complete review of Phillipe's posts from the beginning and come to your own conclusion about the animosity of this board towards Phillipe. I am of the opinion that its justified.

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