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Offline andecorp

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Talk about bastardising a 458.
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline dkabab

i like it..... but why is it in a glass cabinet?



Offline PA

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i like it..... but why is it in a glass cabinet?
They don't want it to breed.



Offline ferrarista2


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They don't want it to breed.
Nice one... :thumbsup:
Everything looks better in carbon fibre



Offline looney


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:tilt:
As an egg man, your opinion is noted, but worthless....

Oh, i didnt see that one coming from a mile away :P

but in all seriousness, i think the 308 was a far better proportioned car.




Offline andecorp

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the 308 was a far better proportioned car.
The Ferrari or are you talking egg?
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline looney


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The Ferrari or are you talking egg?

I mean boxer vs anything LOL.

but my comment was in relation to 308 Vs Boxer

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Boxer just looks like it has a suuuuuuper long nose, stubby rear, and a very slab sided look, seems very out of proportion to me, but 308 is a masterpiece :D  i also think the ducts along the side break up any slab sidedness it may have otherwise.



Offline 360c

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Eric claptons one-off V12 458 shown at the release of the 458 spider in london

Its not a V12, drive train is standard 458. Registration legalities place severe restrictions on what they can do in most areas. Lights have to remain as per the base car as well.
Car would have cost multiple millions.
The P4/5 is the only good thing to turn up and that was done by Pininfarina. You won't see the likes of it again either.



Offline looney


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Its not a V12, drive train is standard 458. Registration legalities place severe restrictions on what they can do in most areas. Lights have to remain as per the base car as well.
Car would have cost multiple millions.
The P4/5 is the only good thing to turn up and that was done by Pininfarina. You won't see the likes of it again either.

ive read all over the interent stories anywhere from $3m to $4.5m 

either way, talk about a waste

i agree with you James Glickenhaus' P4/5 is one of the few times anything like this has really worked out IMO.



Offline Horne678


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Its not a V12, drive train is standard 458. Registration legalities place severe restrictions on what they can do in most areas. Lights have to remain as per the base car as well.


Cheers for clearing that up   :doh: :thumbsup:, thought that it would have been a nightmare to register if it had been replaced. Just went off what i had seen on numerous sites.



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