Its funny that you say that. The other day is when I came across the orange Lambo, which was at Tonkin Ferrari of Portland, it was next to an even louder lime green Gallardo that was a special edition or something because it had cutom stiched seats and green interior components too. It was trying way too hard.Lambo's need outrageous colours and styling because they aren't Ferrari's, but that isn't saying I wouldn't have one (I would and in orange )
Nope, but I'm not sure I want to. I think Ferrari feels the same way, as I'm almost positive it has never been offered as original paint.yes but has anyone heard or seen of the marranelo in orange I have tried looking around the net but no success
Al, nothing to do with the coffeeshops, honestly !!!!Hahahaha
I wonder why:thumbup:
Well, Archie, there are few things better than hearing from someone that he/she loves your home town (it's not a city, really). Although I was born 10 miles/15km from the city centre and have known it all my life, I share your sentiment about wanting to spend time in A'dam - I've fantasised about an apartment (better yet - a merchant's house, but I'm not that rich) there as I've never spent any amount of time there.Al, nothing to do with the coffeeshops, honestly !!!!
I just love everything about the Dutch culture, way of life, people, architecture in Amsterdam, general attitudes....etc
I go to Amsterdam 5/6 times a year, and never ever tire of the place. I'm always sad when I have to go to Schiphol for the flight home.
When I arrive in Amsterdam, I always feel like I am going home.
I've always said that when I retire, one year I would like to spend six months from March - September there to really explore the place properly and just soak up the atmosphere watching how it changes over the seasons.
This might be a sad admission, but I also love gardening and horticulture, another big draw to Holland for me.