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Ferrarri 458 in White


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A truly beautiful car.......but unfortunately in my neck of the woods. would condemn me to the status of a "merchant banker" which lets face it, is a far more dangerous tag than it used to be,in the very unlikely event, I was fortunate enough to own such a car.

Now if I was the local crack dealer doing the rounds in a suitably kitted out Beemer,privacy glass all round of course, nice shiny set of 22 inch chromed rims and bins etc, then no probs..........strange world we live in...............

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It would have to be blue for me.

My father had a Blue 308 when i was very young.

I drove my bike down the side of it when it was in the garage, a Raleigh Boxer IIRC, and scratched it quite badly.

A while after that I was packed off to a boarding school.... must have been about 10....

Harsh but fair.

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It would have to be blue for me.

My father had a Blue 308 when i was very young.

I drove my bike down the side of it when it was in the garage, a Raleigh Boxer IIRC, and scratched it quite badly.

A while after that I was packed off to a boarding school.... must have been about 10....

Harsh but fair.

I can only agree! :roflmao:

Not sure why, but I've always considered that red for the mid-engined V8s and blue for the front engined V12s is the "proper" way to go with one's Fezzas.

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