Ferrari cruise-in returns to beguile enthusiasts

Sep 11, 2017 786

BY: Fred Anderson

High-performance sports car and fine watch enthusiasts will have an opportunity to examine rare and valuable collectibles up close during a Ferrari cruise-in, slated for Sept. 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at James Free Jewelers, 3100 Far Hills Ave., Kettering. The event, which is free and open to the public, is being coordinated with the Ferrari Club of America (FCA) Ohio Chapter. Members of the club will display 15 to 20 Ferraris, some of which are worth more than $1 million.

“We did our first Ferrari cruise-in in 2014, and it was so successful, we couldn’t wait to do it again,” said Michael Karaman, president of James Free Jewelers. “Ferrari owners appreciate beauty and precision, and so does James Free Jewelers.” “James Free Jewelers has welcomed us in and treated us like family; they do the little things that make you feel so at home,” said David Wikette, Ohio FCA president. “I have said it many times – ‘You meet the nicest people in a Ferrari.’”

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