Dear Comrade archiegibbs,Welcome, I hope that you take part and join in the fun.
BTW, does the Vulcan part of your name have anything to do with the 60's aircraft?
That is does, but only the early non-cat version. It is rather impressive when it happens.Dear Comrade archiegibbs,
Firstly thank you to everyone for their kind sentiments.
'Vulcan' refers to Vulcan God Of Fire. . . . . . (The F-40 spits flames from its centre exhaust - or so I am told
With kind regards.
Welcome Vulcan,Dear Comrades,
This is my first post. I had no knowledge of this Forum prior to it being brought to my attention by Boxer. It appears very friendly and civilised.
With kind regards,
Dear Comrade Louis,Welcome Vulcan,
also the knowlegde from many of the F members is almost frightening
any chance to share some pictures of your, one of the greatest, F car?
Tailgaters are in traffic and France (were the police seem to really not care for Mr Enzo's creations, especially ones with foreign plates). When one is limited by traffic and radar traps, you get people coming up right on your tail trying to get the perfect picture with their crap camera phones.Boxer, I didn't realize tailgaters would be a problem in an F40. In fact, I was wondering why they even had rear view mirrors.
Comrade Vulcan Efforty,Dear Comrade Louis,
I should be delighted to comply with your request. However, I have no idea whatsoever how to follow the procedural route to transmit the images into cyber-space (wherever that is) and then direct them onto the pages of this most excellent of Forums. Furthermore, the images are within the Kodak Easyshare software and I would need to retrieve them from there first . . . . the whole thing terrifies me greatly. However, I do have some very nice images of my motor car at Silverstone last year when it formed part of the sixtieth anniversary celebrations and whereupon forty three F-40's paraded around the Grand Prix Circuit thus to gain the World Record. A most excellent day indeed.
With kind regards,
Dear Comrade archiegibbs,
Boxer,Dear Comrade Louis,
I should be delighted to comply with your request. However, I have no idea whatsoever how to follow the procedural route to transmit the images into cyber-space (wherever that is) and then direct them onto the pages of this most excellent of Forums.