Ive driven everything from a 1991 Diablo to a 2005 Ferrari F430. I have to say, the Diablos are BY FAR my least favorite (to drive at least.) No doubt they look ****ing badass from the back, but they suck to drive. F430 was the best. Got it up to 163MPH on I-95 between exits 2 and 3 (Greenwich, CT) at 1PM. When I was cruising in it an RX-7 came up next to me, had some aftermarket parts... standard stuff, like exhaust, maybe a new turbo or something. He put it to the floor, I let him go the first time, then he came back and started to annoy me more, so I let him have it... absolutely dusted him. It was my moment of glory.
I deliver cars for a Ferrari dealership in greenwich. Im 16.
The rims had gold rivets on them and that car was just unbelievably beautiful. It was at an exotic show here in florida. When he was revving the engine it sounded like Satan was talking.
Another pic of the roof that I loved on this car:
Re: does anybody in this forum actually have one? (amyamy)
When I lived in Boca I thought the same thing, it was like a frickin car show every day. I used to wonder how many of those people actually could afford to have those cars without over extending themselves.
the problem with these exotic cars is not the upfront cost of over 100k. most people that own a home would have the money to buy a lambo or a ferrari. the thing that gets you is insurance, maintainice and gas lol.
your better off getting a replica http://www.naerc.com or just rent them for a week or so.
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