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1981 Ferrari BB 512i

1981 Ferrari BB 512i in Quantum Leap, TV Series, 1989-1993 IMDB Ep. 5.05

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT — Made for: USA

1981 Ferrari BB 512i

Position 00:28:49 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2007-07-31 00:15

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Briefly used by Al, replacing the Testarossa seen in first episode: /vehicle.php?id=40157

[Image: ferrari002327mq8.5189.jpg]

Set in 1999, made in 1992.

tomek.werner PL

2007-07-31 00:51

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Ferrari 512 BB Cabrio (built from 1976)

tomek.werner PL

2007-07-31 00:53

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Officially there was no car with completely open roof, so I guess this was especially designed for the movie.
http://www.ferrarimodelcar.com/images/95882623.jpg

Ferrari 512 BB "movie made Cabrio" (1976)

stronghold EN

2007-07-31 00:53

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looks like they've fitted pontiac firebird rear lights :)

stronghold EN

2007-07-31 00:55

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tomek.werner wrote Officially there was no car with completely open roof, so I guess this was especially designed for the movie.
Ferrari 512 BB "movie made Cabrio" (1976)

A few specialist manufacturers did make these, including Koenig.

antp BE

2007-07-31 00:56

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They probably did not cut the roof of the car just for the series, I guess they just have chosen that one because it was even less usual than a "stock" Ferrari.

stronghold EN

2007-07-31 01:05

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here's one said to be made by Lorentz (1980) 512 BB spider:-
Link to "cgi.ebay.com.sg"
(below is the pic from the e-bay link)
[Image: 683f1gg6.th.jpg]


-- Last edit: 2007-07-31 01:11:38

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