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    Pagani Zonda F spotted in Paris

    I tried to do my best for the pics but it wasn't easy...
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    yummy!

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    Another Pagani owner who could not afford a decent paintjob. What a waste of a good car.
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    Holy crap! Thanks a million for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen
    Another Pagani owner who could not afford a decent paintjob. What a waste of a good car.
    Couldn't agree more, what do people see in naked carbonfibre? Don't they know it looks ridicolous?
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    And the last pics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen
    Another Pagani owner who could not afford a decent paintjob. What a waste of a good car.
    i completely dissagree. i like how it looks with plain cf but it just looks way better with paint

    great shots man, nice spot too. im incredibly jealous btw

    on the last picture does someone see a bird shit between the nose cone and the left headlights?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen
    Another Pagani owner who could not afford a decent paintjob. What a waste of a good car.
    Plus it costs €72,000 if I remember well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piacki_117
    Plus it costs €72,000 if I remember well...
    So it costs about the same as a Porsche 997 Carrera just for them to not bother paining it?! Ludicrous
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piacki_117
    Plus it costs €72,000 if I remember well...
    Extra money for not painting the car? That doesn't sound like Pagani

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    that looks familiar...is that by all of the embassies and the rich shopping district? when I was there in May I saw a Maybach 62 on a street that looks almost identical to that one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smithy
    that looks familiar...is that by all of the embassies and the rich shopping district? when I was there in May I saw a Maybach 62 on a street that looks almost identical to that one...
    It was in Rue du Faubourg - St-Honoré (Paris 8). Near L'Elysée (French "Government")

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    yeah it would look better with paint...but i dont care....it'z tha F and that enough......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack_Bauer
    So it costs about the same as a Porsche 997 Carrera just for them to not bother paining it?! Ludicrous
    I believe it costs that much because it takes a lot more effort to get CF in an eye-catching pattern and finish. A painjob would just have a "raw" CF shell, and because there's paint over it, it doesn't matter what the pattern looks like.

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