Nissan X-250 with Ferrari 3.4l V8 motor
Post 5 speeds! Here are two to start us off:
You just can’t walk into a dealer and drive away with a Ferrari a few hours later. Well, I guess you could, but you really shouldn’t. Especially if you are just a normal dude on a budget. Here is my complete buying process: From inquiring on a car to driving away.
Located next to the good ol’ Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, WA resides the hood scoop esque building sitting at 4 (or 5) stories full of nothing but amazing wheeled machines. With 10 acres of land donated by the city, Harold LeMay owned the world’s largest private car collection. No seriously, over 2000 vehicles and…
Yeah, so my dashcam may not be so great at getting low light images...
Not surprisingly, no such test done on the F355. Surprisingly, I did find a pic of a real-life crash that ended similarly.
Happy new year! I think this is my first post of 2018, but I realised while getting gas that I don’t have a photo of the fuel filler cap.
from ex-Ferrari engineers
The F50 could hit 100mph in
6 seconds (allegedly) and sounded incredible, but journalists considered it heavy and slow.
I have a red exotic car.
1974 Ferrari CR 25 (Pininfarina)
Haven’t gone this far on one tank before! I only fill around 12 gal so that’s a whopping.........
Not too shabby.
What are the best places in Italy to drive? Roads, racetracks, motorsport destinations? I’m traveling to Rome next week with my girlfriend, as part of our university’s winter abroad program. She’s expressed interest in Italy’s rich automotive history. Where should we go?