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I've been away for a particularly long time due to studying for school exams, mechanical engineering courses and so. I remember, I asked Andrew to create this section months ago, so now it really is the time to write down something here and as well, getting back to the forum. :grin:

First off, let's see what do we have here in Budapest:

[Barely new dealership, in the centre of the city]







[And the main entrance of the service]



Saw the fifth F12 back on Friday in 3 months in the city, also, got luck as a LaFerrari is going to arrive here next April. Checked out the thread of which city has the most Ferraris, and have to say, although Budapest doesn't beat any of London, Monte-Carlo in Europe, but still have a countless amount of Cavallinos out on the roads. A hidden 250 GT TdF in a hard-to-get-to garage proves this properly too. :grin:

(Actual car out on the road)



At last, it seems, that Andrew didn't make this section for no use, it's gonna come true soon I think.

[Finally gets freedom after schooltime, yay!:crowngrin:]
 

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Attila, what a sight there. Cars, needless to say, but the background settings too.:thumbsup:

The only knowledge that I have of Hungary is that much of the beautiful "old" Europe is still there.

w/ smiles

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Jimmy, I would just say that if all of those houses and buildings built back in the 1800s (which cover down the whole centre of the city, and further) would be restored, Budapest could win the (let's say it exists) award of the best historically preserved city. :D It could sound like I'm biased, but imagine a city centre where you would feel like, you're back in the time by two centuries. :grin:

[Biased Attila mod off]

Also I'll upload some more pics with such background settings later.
 

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Attila, you are probably correct and that is a wonderful thing.

In contrast, this country, Japan, has no hesitation whatsoever tearing down perfectly usable structures.

w/ smiles

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So here are a couple pics: [some of the pics' quality may be degraded due to the uploader program]































 

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Always nice to see and photograph Cavallinos in the city.





Photos are from our spotters, they usually take a tour every day hunting down supercars.
 
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