Discussion in 'General' started by docodine, 2 Aug 2009.
Don't know what makes me want to heave more - the colour of the car, or the ostentatious display of opulence (assuming that it's gold-plated).
On a more understated note, saw this in the B&Q car park yesterday... what a beaut.
My 458 is just too good looking. What can I do to make it hideously fugly and, at the same time, convey just how much of a colossal f**k-trumpet I truly am?
Text removed because Jinq-sea's post is better than mine.
It looks to me like a wrap!
EDIT: IanW got there first. Damn me finding my picture!
Good pic though
Saw the number plate P00 5HOE on the M3 earlier in the week. Made me chuckle.
Ha funny that, I saw that exact car almost exactly a year ago outside Harrods. To put the questions to rest, it is indeed vinyl wrap, when I saw it there were loads of bubbles around the vents and recessed areas. I reckon he's had it redone since then, does coincide with "the season" though:
I find myself sorely tempted to buy a Datsun 120Y and get it similarly wrapped, just so I can park next to that Ferrari.
If I were a Copper, I'd wait for the owner and arrest them for affront to public decency, disturbance of the peace, obstruction and an insufferable lack of class.
Then I'd confiscate that hideous thing to a body shop for a mandatory respray to Black, Red or Yellow. No other colour of Ferrari is allowed, unless your name is Surtees or Bandini, then you are allowed to paint it blue.
Time for a new offence methinks: Being a knob in a public place.
The guy who owns it lives off Sloane Street... and cannot drive it for ****.. I'm surprised he hasn't worked out a way to stall it yet.
I saw this while out in Marble Arch yesterday...
It's powered by the spinning corpse of Enzo Ferrari.
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Was down stairs in the well to do garage.
Looks like fun!
Obviously couldn't afford S3 XYY must be a sax player
Pix removed? 'cos there's NOTHING there!
Some un molested ferraris
I always have room at my place for a yellow Dino!
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