Com­ments & clar­i­fi­ca­tions

Classic Sports Car - - Letters -

Con­cern­ing the sta­tion wagon com­ment by Graeme Bad­dock (Let­ters, Oc­to­ber), the term was born in the USA at the begin­ning of the pre­vi­ous cen­tury. Ho­tels had to pick up clients and their lug­gage at the rail­way sta­tion, so the ve­hi­cle serv­ing this func­tion was called the ‘sta­tion wagon.’ François Du­gal As the owner of a 1985 Fer­rari Mon­dial 3.2 (above), I be­lieve that 2449 Cabri­o­lets were built, but in the Au­gust is­sue you write that there were 1449.

Mar­cus Zinell

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