Type: Posts; User: LaFerrari
This is too funny.
The crazy thing is Longmont is a pretty sleepy town and you don't hear much about it but just a couple of days before this horrific crime there was also another high profile stabbing, this one...
I highly doubt that. It's likely the car lfited without any warning at all and by the time he went airborne what good are pulling the chutes going to do?...maybe hang him up in the fence? :laugh:
The 488GTB will have absolutely no problem keeping up with a McLaren, gauranteed. I'm sure it will also sound pretty damn good from the factory but there will be plenty of aftermarket exhaust options...
I understand that but it's still completely nuts. The 599 SA Aperta that went for $1.2m, makes a little more sense but an '07 599 GTB F1 is a $160k car all day long...$500k for a transmission is...
The craziest result was the 2007 599 GTB six-speed manual...it fetched $682k!!! :eek::eek::eek:
The '73 RS Touring that was sold by RM was owned by Sherpa :thumbup:
That is my friends cow, could you please blur out it's ear tags.
Yeah, I really like Springbank too. :thumbup:
I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments.
And just to clarify, I never said the F12 is fugly...the TRS on the other hand. :thumbup:
Agreed. I wish it had a TTV8 instead of the TTV6 but if I had $400k to drop on a mid-engine supercar this is the route I'd probably go. :thumbup:
Don't mis-understand what I'm saying, I like the 599, just not as much as a 550 or F12.
So what basically what you're saying is the standard F12 just isn't fugly enough for you? :laugh:
That's true...but as I also mentioned, the 599 wasn't as attractive. ;)
You, you I like...the F12 looks like what I envision a 2015 550 Maranello to resemble. The 599 was ok but not nearly as good looking as the Maranello or F12.
Here's a video...
I love the F12berlinetta, it's easily my current favorite modern car but I also really like what Touring has accomplished, reminds me...
Yeah, me too! I'm hoping some of the details find their way into the Bentayga.
Best post I've read today. :D
Will do. :thumbup:
I honestly didn't intend on buying that particular brand when I walked in the door, I just knew that I wanted two bottles and was looking to spend around $100.
I recently picked up a bottle of Old Pulteney 12yo and Ardmore Traditional Cask. I highly recommend both of them! :thumbup:
The Old Pulteney...it reminds me of Balvenie but a mildy salty version....
I really like the details of the wheels. :thumbup: