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https://ferraris-online.com/how-many-ferraris/#:~:text=In 1988%2C Ferrari's first year,25%%2C were US models.
"Many of the Fiat-era cars, such as the 365 BB, 512 BB and 512 BBi, 365 GT/4, 400i, and 412, were never intended for the U.S. market, so lower percentages were sold new into the U.S., and others were imported as used cars. For example, in 1982, when only the 308 was U.S.-legal, Ferrari built 2,209 cars, of which only 686, or just 30%, were U.S. cars.
Fast forward to 1985 through 1989, a time when Ferrari had the hot-selling U.S.-legal Testarossa, 308, and 328. But in 1985, of 3,288 cars built by Ferrari, only 624, or 19%, were U.S.-spec. cars. In 1988, Ferrari’s first year to hit 4,001 cars built, only 1,079, or 26%, were U.S. models. Overall, of the 52,000 Fiat-era cars built, only about 13,000, or about 25%, were US models."
quindi pure quando si faceva schifo si vendeva bene, non una questione di congiunture particolari con la ricchezza sporpositata USA, visto che la ricchezza si e' spostata gradatamente fra medio oriente-penisola araba- asia