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    New "in-house" version of 612 from Geneva

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    Re: New "in-house" version of 612 from Geneva

    Wow! A speedster version of the Scaglietti! Sensational!

    BTW, in these pics you can see the new Navi-system with LCD-screen.

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    Haha, interesting display

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    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?

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    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago

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    Mike S said:
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    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago



    "And so, due to the massive weight of his LP640, Mike's house and all of his belongings became submerged under water, which in turn raised the sea levels and flooded all the factories, an event which halted global warming. And everybody lived happily ever after (except for South Africans who now need to use SCUBA gear when commuting to and from work). THE END" - History of global warming, by RC Rossi and affiliated authors

    It is quite an interesting display, isn't it?

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    Good use for a 612 shell. In this country you could at least write it off as an advertising expense.

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    mh, very interesting! this car has the new navigation and the 'old' steering wheel without engine start and traction control - the 60 years special 612 has got the 430 and 599 steering wheel -> that indicates for me that the 60 years 612 maybe will be powered by the 599 engine and suspension...

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    Crash said:
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    Mike S said:
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    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago



    "And so, due to the massive weight of his LP640, Mike's house and all of his belongings became submerged under water, which in turn raised the sea levels and flooded all the factories, an event which halted global warming. And everybody lived happily ever after (except for South Africans who now need to use SCUBA gear when commuting to and from work). THE END" - History of global warming, by RC Rossi and affiliated authors

    It is quite an interesting display, isn't it?



    LOL!

    Can't wait to hear what Rossi's going to chip in

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    Me too .

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    Before Stefan jump-in here is very interesting pic for all Ferrari fans... See what's new?


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    2fast4u said:
    #mh, very interesting! this car has the new navigation and the 'old' steering wheel without engine start and traction control - the 60 years special 612 has got the 430 and 599 steering wheel -> that indicates for me that the 60 years 612 maybe will be powered by the 599 engine and suspension...



    Sooner or later the 612 should get the detuned Enzo-engine from the 599, perhaps the special edition will be the first Scaglietti...

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    KresoF1 said:
    Before Stefan jump-in here is very interesting pic for all Ferrari fans... See what's new?





    60 years anniversary plate and new Navi system.

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    Mike S said:
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    Crash said:
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    Mike S said:
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    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago



    "And so, due to the massive weight of his LP640, Mike's house and all of his belongings became submerged under water, which in turn raised the sea levels and flooded all the factories, an event which halted global warming. And everybody lived happily ever after (except for South Africans who now need to use SCUBA gear when commuting to and from work). THE END" - History of global warming, by RC Rossi and affiliated authors

    It is quite an interesting display, isn't it?



    LOL!

    Can't wait to hear what Rossi's going to chip in



    But Mike was more clever than we all would have thought. Having the strange apprehension, that his new pride, the Lamborhgini Murciélago LP640 would simply be a little bit too heavy for his poor continent, he pumped up all the tyres of his various vehicles with a sophisticated gas, excusively developed for him by the top secret South African intelligence service, which made all his cars float up during the great flood caused by the heavy weight of his LP640.
    And the cars composed a monument, which was longer than the Chinese wall and could even be seen from outer space...

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    Rossi said:
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    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    Crash said:
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    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago



    "And so, due to the massive weight of his LP640, Mike's house and all of his belongings became submerged under water, which in turn raised the sea levels and flooded all the factories, an event which halted global warming. And everybody lived happily ever after (except for South Africans who now need to use SCUBA gear when commuting to and from work). THE END" - History of global warming, by RC Rossi and affiliated authors

    It is quite an interesting display, isn't it?



    LOL!

    Can't wait to hear what Rossi's going to chip in



    But Mike was more clever than we all would have thought. Having the strange apprehension, that his new pride, the Lamborhgini Murciélago LP640 would simply be a little bit too heavy for his poor continent, he pumped up all the tyres of his various vehicles with a sophisticated gas, excusively developed for him by the top secret South African intelligence service, which made all his cars float up during the great flood caused by the heavy weight of his LP640.
    And the cars composed a monument, which was longer than the Chinese wall and could even be seen from outer space...



    Hahahah! But techincally if the cars floated - the continent wouldn't have sunk?

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    Mike S said:
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    Rossi said:
    Quote:
    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    Crash said:
    Quote:
    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago



    "And so, due to the massive weight of his LP640, Mike's house and all of his belongings became submerged under water, which in turn raised the sea levels and flooded all the factories, an event which halted global warming. And everybody lived happily ever after (except for South Africans who now need to use SCUBA gear when commuting to and from work). THE END" - History of global warming, by RC Rossi and affiliated authors

    It is quite an interesting display, isn't it?



    LOL!

    Can't wait to hear what Rossi's going to chip in



    But Mike was more clever than we all would have thought. Having the strange apprehension, that his new pride, the Lamborhgini Murciélago LP640 would simply be a little bit too heavy for his poor continent, he pumped up all the tyres of his various vehicles with a sophisticated gas, excusively developed for him by the top secret South African intelligence service, which made all his cars float up during the great flood caused by the heavy weight of his LP640.
    And the cars composed a monument, which was longer than the Chinese wall and could even be seen from outer space...



    Hahahah! But techincally if the cars floated - the continent wouldn't have sunk?



    Err, a weak point of my story, I see.
    Well, Mike pumped the sophisticated gas only in its already existing cars, but since the Italians, especially in the area around Sant'Agata Bolognese don't have this high-tech technology, he forgot about the LP640. So the continent sank and all the other cars, including the marvelous F430 (thanks God for that!), floated.

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    Rossi said:
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    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    Rossi said:
    Quote:
    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    Crash said:
    Quote:
    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    993Targa said:
    It was that heavy that it sank through the floor?



    LOL!! That would be more appropriate for the Murcielago



    "And so, due to the massive weight of his LP640, Mike's house and all of his belongings became submerged under water, which in turn raised the sea levels and flooded all the factories, an event which halted global warming. And everybody lived happily ever after (except for South Africans who now need to use SCUBA gear when commuting to and from work). THE END" - History of global warming, by RC Rossi and affiliated authors

    It is quite an interesting display, isn't it?



    LOL!

    Can't wait to hear what Rossi's going to chip in



    But Mike was more clever than we all would have thought. Having the strange apprehension, that his new pride, the Lamborhgini Murciélago LP640 would simply be a little bit too heavy for his poor continent, he pumped up all the tyres of his various vehicles with a sophisticated gas, excusively developed for him by the top secret South African intelligence service, which made all his cars float up during the great flood caused by the heavy weight of his LP640.
    And the cars composed a monument, which was longer than the Chinese wall and could even be seen from outer space...



    Hahahah! But techincally if the cars floated - the continent wouldn't have sunk?



    Err, a weak point of my story, I see.
    Well, Mike pumped the sophisticated gas only in its already existing cars, but since the Italians, especially in the area around Sant'Agata Bolognese don't have this high-tech technology, he forgot about the LP640. So the continent sank and all the other cars, including the marvelous F430 (thanks God for that!), floated.



    "And so South Africans survived, living on one huge, car-made raft, which had air-conditioning and leather furniture for everybody - an egalitarian society of car loving individuals, where their love for cars wasn't just a hobby, but, in fact, imperative for survival. And so ends today's history lesson. Tune in next week for the next RC Rossi report, when we will report on holiday makers on the coast of Wyoming and study the amazing flora and fauna of the Bavarian Ocean."

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    You guys crack me up I'll just leave it at that lol! Knowing you two, it will go on for days

     
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