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post #1 of 9 Old 09-30-2007, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 9 Old 10-01-2007, 01:37 AM
 
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DAMN

also i'm deeply impressed with the structural rigidity of the car
LOOK at this: http://wreckedexotics.com/special/crush/003b.jpg
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DAMN

also i'm deeply impressed with the structural rigidity of the car
LOOK at this: http://wreckedexotics.com/special/crush/003b.jpg

That's amazing strength...but very sad indeed that a perfectly good car is destroyed just to teach thieves a lesson…


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Wow that is impressive.
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post #5 of 9 Old 10-02-2007, 12:20 PM
 
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At least we now know if we ever get ran over by a 50 ton piece of machinery and are driving a Ferrari all we need to do it duck and we'll be A OK!
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Why didn't they just seize the car and donate it to me? That would have tought the buggers a lesson. I hope that their umbrellas snap shut and suffacate them.

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It does seem a bit extreme, and it isn't really penalizing the criminal because it wasn't their car in the first place, so they haven't really lost anything. I hope the insurance company paid out to the original owner?

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Sad thing is that's one less F-car on the road its not as if there are loads to begin with anyway, couldn't they have found a BMW to crush instead preferably with idiot driver like the one who thought he was gonna whoop my ass round the Hyde Park S's and down the Park Lane Straight this evening in his 530d (I think not! )

On the bright side if they continue like this the F-car investment portfolio is gonna be worth some serious bucks down the line...but I hope they don't. I mean would you destroy a Picasso (only if it was a Citroen) or a Rembrandt or the such like? A Ferrari is a work of art (well mostly ).
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post #9 of 9 Old 10-09-2007, 09:43 PM
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hmmm.. I hate to be the nit picky one... but the article claims that the exhaust system was stolen... how did they manage to leave the tips behind?? look at that picture again! is that BS I smell?
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