An idiot abroad

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Re: An idiot abroad

Post by friedman » Wed Feb 07, 2018 8:42 am

The infamous Erskine got an old oven and put it in his garage for powder coating.
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Re: An idiot abroad

Post by ramzi » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:21 pm

John is the best among us. He is what we should all aspire to.

When I grow up, my plan is to be just like him.

heck... we even have a part named call "The Erskine"
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Re: An idiot abroad

Post by friedman » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:17 am

I sure as hell hope John does not read your post, he is a crusty old man and this will just go to his head.
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Re: An idiot abroad

Post by ramzi » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:28 am

An Idiot at home....

Returned home late Monday from Benson Fiat in Greer, SC and from picking up the new family truck-ster we ordered at the end of last year. And since Brett will be using the Auto Ricambi 124 Abarth at this years Fiat on the Dragon event, it seemed like a great excuse to take it for a little road trip. What blast to drive... even with all the suspension and performance mods it was a pleasure to drive over 1200 miles. To keep things interesting, I drove about 1/3 of the trip on old HWY80 ... highly recommend taking the road less traveled when possible.

If you are thinking about a new Fiat or Alfa, please consider reaching out to long time friend and Fiat enthusiast John Montgomery at Benson Fiat. The folks there are a pleasure to deal with .... I guess that's why we don't mind traveling so far to get our cars!

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Ramzi
Auto Ricambi, LLC
www.autoricambi.us
1939 Fiat 508CM (Military)
1939 Fiat 508C (Civilian)
1966 Fiat 500F
1967 Fiat 500F
1966 124 Sedan RHD (Oldest in N. America)
1972 124 Spider 2.0L
2017 124 Spider Abarth
2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Ti
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Re: An idiot abroad

Post by SimcaBertone66 » Thu Feb 22, 2018 12:05 pm

Cool photo ... man .... Is John still "President for Life of FLU......FCA ? Nice to see the right person is involved up to his neck in Fiat sales in the USA ...
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Re: An idiot abroad

Post by early124 » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:34 pm

very cool pair of 500's Ramzi.
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