Brian crall ferrari




Brian crall ferrari

Article Navigation:
  • Photo
  • Ferrari Service Brian Crall Company 10 Beta Ct, San Ramon, CA - APURUGBY.CLUB
  • Video
  • RELATED PAGES
  • I doubt Rob Lay will chime in because Brian is a "Valued member of the community". Yeah, right. About as valuable as a fart in the wind. As I've.

    5 reviews of Ferrarri Servs Brian Crall Company - CLOSED "If you have an exotic Brian is a guy you need Very experienced factory trained Ferrari mechanic.

    Brian Crall of the Brian Crall Company (Brian Crall Company in San Ramon, was recently asked to perform a PPI on a Ferrari that was on.

    Brian crall ferrari

    Brian crall ferrari

    This is example content. The odometer indicates 23, miles, and the condition of this car certainly matches the mileage, and even shows better than many cars with much lower mileage. What did you use to clean up the tires that well? Join Date Feb Posts 2. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission.

    Brian crall ferrari

    Brian crall ferrari

    Brian crall ferrari

    Brian crall ferrari

    Brian crall ferrari

    Ferrari GTB (s/n ) — M. Brandon Motorcars

    FerrariChat - The world's largest Ferrari community. Anybody else had enough of Brian Crall? Not open for further replies. Must see the interview we did with Piero Ferrari in Maranello! Oct 30, 1, Maui Full Name: I've had enough of his belittling, rude, nasty comments on every thread here. He thinks his opinion is the only right one and if you disagree you are a "world class ass" according to his highness. Someone put a muzzle on this mutt. I've appreciated his knowledge in the past but I don't need it delivered with a bag of flaming dog poop.

    He is the only one here who continually does this to everyone. I doubt Rob Lay will chime in because Brian is a "Valued member of the community". About as valuable as a fart in the wind. I've taken your rude comments with a grain of salt, but no more. You either buy yourself some courtesy or the gloves are coming off. I'll offer my honest opinion. Sure, Brian comes off terse and a little belittling at times, but I just think of him as grumpy grampa.

    Brian crall ferrari

    I will say, actions speak louder than words. Why should he help us here? If he really didn't want to be helpful He has been pretty invaluable to me and others on this forum After all these years, I still don't know the name of his shop I personally give him a pass. I wouldn't get worked up over comments on an internet forum, especially if the info is good.

    Scott- How about just not reading his posts if they bother you? He is one of the few pros left who will help us, mostly because of posts like yours. May 27, 9, CT Full Name: I think he knows that of which he speaks, and after so many years of experience does not suffer fools gladly.

    Brian crall ferrari

    The irony of all of that drivel is you want him to treat you like a princess but then proceed to say the "gloves will come off". This is why many seasoned professionals no longer post on forums because of the entitled mindset of people these days who believe they deserve to be coddled and be awarded participation trophies. I, for one, enjoy having knowledgeable folks replying to people with direct, technically astute information. That being said what you said about Ricambi was out of line. You are an ass.

    Jun 30, 3, Troy, Michigan Full Name: Brian is very good to the community. You all miss the point. Simply put, there is no need for this type of attitude on here. I've said my peace and I'm sticking to it. Brian is a to much of a little whiney girl for me. If you don't like it, don't post. Jan 22, 2, Germany Full Name: His info is sometimes good. His manners are not. He often creates more questions and further inquiries he often answers with impertinence. We are all humans.

    Some days we are in a better mood, on other days not. Yesterday I was miffed too. Today I find him funny again Best Martin.

    Brian crall ferrari

    Jul 2, 1, Northern California Full Name: I completely concur with the positive comments above. I greatly value Brian's knowledge and experience, as Shamile correctly stated he brings much more to this forum than he takes--he's also a fellow TR owner and respected concours judge.

    He's forgotten more about the Testarossa than most of us will ever hope to know. I can easily look past the tone of some of his posts--he's called me out on a few occasions where my information was incorrect and I'm now more knowledgeable because of it. There were a few posts in the past when I thought the OP should seriously drop the "quazi" part of his screen name, but there have been others where I learned from his knowledge or experiences, it's not that different.



    • Подписаться по RSSRSS
    • Поделиться VkontakteVkontakte
    • Поделиться на FacebookFacebook
    • Твитнуть!Twitter

    Leave a Reply

    Return to Top ▲TOP ▲