The clip talking to ferrari salesman from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
and we let appropriate customers test-drive the Testarossa.
But you're 17, with a blind companion. That we don't do.
This is a $100,000 piece of machinery.
I'm not letting it out this door.
How about this one over here?
That's a Cabriolet T. The same deal.
You think I'll let an unaccompanied kid get in a $110,000 car?
He will not be unaccompanied.
I'll be with him. I'm his father.
You're his father?
I have an idea. Why don't I take your father for a test drive?
What's your quota, Freddie?
Don't worry about my quota. I do well.
How many Ferraris you sold this month?
That's not relevant to this discussion.
Freddie, the '�Os are over.
Are you tryin' to tell me these things are walkin' outta the store?
This is a Ferrari, sir, the finest machinery made in the automobile industry.
If you like it that much, why don't you sleep with it? Why are you sellin' it?
I'd love to accommodate you...
If this car performs the way I expect it to,
you will get a check of $101,000, and change,
when you come in here tomorrow morning.
It's $100,000, plus $050, plus tax.
Freddie, for you
107 all in,
plus a case of champagne to go with your leftover turkey.
What do you say? Don't worry about the boy.
He drives so smooth, you can boil an egg on the engine.
When we bring the car back, I'll peel the egg for ya.
Listen, you made me laugh, but I can't let the car go out.
Want a deposit?
This is not an installment item, sir.
Freddie, you're no spring chicken.
You know what they call me at the home office? "The Grey Ghost. "
You know why they still keep me around?