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haha - I would bet my 612 ... Sir Chas is skimming my fb to check out the sisters as I type this.

Silly man should have done that a long time - it's like shooting fish in a barrel.
damn straight! I'll take the surgeon. she can operate on me anytime
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damn straight! I'll take the surgeon. she can operate on me anytime
umm ... she is what one may refer to as a OBGYN surgeon

Riddle me that hahahaha
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Does Chas have a mangina?
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Does Chas have a mangina?
He just didn't read the fine print when requesting one sister over another.

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umm ... she is what one may refer to as a OBGYN surgeon

Riddle me that hahahaha

oops

a little more "full disclosure" next time, Dougie
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oops

a little more "full disclosure" next time, Dougie
Go for it - Ashley Co** on my fb page.
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old Jersey is still nicer than New Jersey
I don't know man - New Jersey's got the Bada Bing! Sorry - too many Sorprano episodes.


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I don't know man - New Jersey's got the Bada Bing! Sorry - too many Sorprano episodes.


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Thanks for the new thread heading

Happy Humpday Ferrari Lifers!

I have to laugh as it reminds me of ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T575Pbo4eWM
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Morning. Cold, wet, and generally miserable here.

Cayenne weather.
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Morning. Cold, wet, and generally miserable here.

Cayenne weather.
Speaking of Cayenne - I went to the dealer yesterday and while the exterior has gone basically unchanged the interior was very very well done.

I had one back in 04 and liked it a lot.
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Speaking of Cayenne - I went to the dealer yesterday and while the exterior has gone basically unchanged the interior was very very well done.

I had one back in 04 and liked it a lot.
I have been very impressed with mine. It accelerates impressively and actually handles.
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I have been very impressed with mine. It accelerates impressively and actually handles.
May I ask what year and package you went with?

I am not up for the Turbo but the GT package with the turbo look may work.
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Cayennes are nice, but not if your hobby is fly fishing. Jan's GL 550 has a little button you push that raises the suspension ~4", handy on fishing excursions in the mountains of NM or CO, as is the off-road setting and hill descent mode. Plus the 382 hp and 391 ft lbs of torque are kind of handy, too. It has way more room than a Cayenne, too, for all our fly fishing gear and my two or three cases of Weihenstephaner Kristall Weissbier.

Probably not as fast, though, but it does have the biggest Mercedes star ever produced and Escalade owners really seem to hate it. Cannot be all bad.

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Cayennes are nice, but not if your hobby is fly fishing. Jan's GL 550 has a little button you push that raises the suspension ~4", handy on fishing excursions in the mountains of NM or CO, as is the off-road setting and hill descent mode. Plus the 382 hp and 391 ft lbs of torque are kind of handy, too. It has way more room than a Cayenne, too, for all our fly fishing gear and my two or three cases of Weihenstephaner Kristall Weissbier.

Probably not as fast, though, but it does have the biggest Mercedes star ever produced and Escalade owners really seem to hate it. Cannot be all bad.

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I didn't even think about that car - slap some good wheels and tires on it and that may be the ticket. I always liked the G55 AMG milk truck.

Terry kinda surprised she let's you use it - but if you leave the keys to the 575 in trade you may want to come back a day earlier than expected ... jus sayin there are guys like Chas out there

Speaking of women in Ferrari's - is there even one here?

Kristall ... 3 - 4 cases!

Just googled it - ok it's a beer

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I just think that a Cayenne really took Porsche out of the true exotic car game. Yeah, the CG-T and all is still an exotic, but I just cant look at Porsche the same way after that. And yes, I have heard that the Cayenne is their top seller and probably saved Porsche from going under as well - true or not.




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I just think that a Cayenne really took Porsche out of the true exotic car game. Yeah, the CG-T and all is still an exotic, but I just cant look at Porsche the same way after that. And yes, I have heard that the Cayenne is their top seller and probably saved Porsche from going under as well - true or not.




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I understand where you are coming from ... in the car business it's lead follow or get out.

A lot of exotics mfg.s are going for the dd masses appeal.

Who would have thought Aston would have pulled off the best four door ever.
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My daughter came in from college as she is attending DU and asked me what is Ferrari Life during dinner.

I nearly spit my wine out - she went on to say that she read a bunch of the posts and liked em for the most part.

She asked who Rob is and if I was banned because he didn't receive my money yet - I couldn't stop laughing!

Short story I left my computer on and never hide anything - so her browsing was in no way offensive.

Anyway she asked if I cared if she joined - I said she could join if in return I get access to her e-mail and text.

Kids ...

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Doug- The GL 550 comes with 10J x 21 wheels F&R and ZR rated 295/40 21 M&S tires. Talk about cross purposes, Z rating and M&S. Not sure I need much better. Only trouble is they do not work too well in deep snow (ask me how I know) or mud. Plus they are $400 each, kind of like Ferrari tires. Great on the highway with three position settings for the shocks.

The Austrian sourced G550 is quite a vehicle now and there is an AMG version. It now has the new drivetrain with the 7 speed automatic and the S class engine or AMG 6.2 liter. Better off-road than my GL, but will not carry as many cases of beer or as much fly fishing gear.

2012 will probably bring the twin turbo 4.5 liter that is in the new S class for both cars.

Would be great if your daughter joined. I have only seen Jo with the 458 here and she is not on too often.

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May I ask what year and package you went with?

I am not up for the Turbo but the GT package with the turbo look may work.
05 Turbo with just about all the option boxes checked.

It will out accelerate a base 911 and something that large should just not handle anywhere nearly as well as it does. Dog ugly but a very impressive piece of engineering.

Other negative is it really does not have that much space in the back.

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