I drive my 3 litre Potenziata every day and love it. It is my third 3 litre 75, so I am used to driving these wonderful cars. I was reminded however of how different they are from other cars when I went with my son as he drove my 1988 3 litre for the first time yesterday. We have finally got it back on the road after it has been sitting in the garage for two years gathering dust. It is going to be his car to use from now on. The only manual cars he has driven until now were his driving instructor's Toyota Corolla and our Volvo 480 Turbo which is now off the road due to being vandalised by a drunken idiot. It was interesting to see my son's reaction to driving the 75. He was amazed at how lively and responsive it is in every way when compared to the other cars. I think he now fully realises how lucky he is to have one to drive. When you drive 75s regularly you tend to forget that most other cars are sort of soft and fuzzy in comparison. Everything happens quickly and precisely in a 75. They might be getting old these days but they are still an exceptional car. It would be entertaining to put a Toyota Camry driver in a 75, but it would probably scare the poor bugger to death.