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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    too old....out of production already...
    Bentley Brooklands is still in production. Customers in the US are being delivered their cars as we speak. My father might nominate that car.
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    Maserati GT followed by scud.
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    Aston One-77
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    Quote Originally Posted by ruim20 View Post
    Audi R8
    The R8 arguably won last year as I recall - there was gonna be a revote to disallow it potentially but that never happened. Lemme see...

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    A massive plurality with more than double the closest runner up. The R8 won.

    Quote Originally Posted by NicFromLA View Post
    (Ferrer's gonna hate me for this):

    Ferrari California.

    Runner up: BMW M3 Sedan. Lambo Estoque would be my runner up, but it's too far from production.
    Winding Road liked the California - I'd be interested in seeing what Evo or Road and Track think of it though. Nic though, I know you think it is the best for this year, but do you think it has a fireball's chance in hell of winning? Props for the bold stance though. Ferrer is gonna choke on his lunch when he reads that you nominated it.

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    [QUOTE=Kitdy;850691 Ferrer is gonna choke on his lunch when he reads that you nominated it.[/QUOTE]
    might be a good reason for another nomination.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    Winding Road liked the California - I'd be interested in seeing what Evo or Road and Track think of it though. Nic though, I know you think it is the best for this year, but do you think it has a fireball's chance in hell of winning? Props for the bold stance though. Ferrer is gonna choke on his lunch when he reads that you nominated it.
    Just got the new Automobile Mag and they liked it, and were positive from a design standpoint as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by wwgkd View Post
    I've got to agree, but I am waiting anxiously to see how the Millechili or however the butt you spell it turns out.
    it will be the next Enzo or F70, or whatever they want to call it. V8, twin turbo, 1.150 kg and quite compact, expected in late 2009, more likely spring 2010.
    these are pics of the first two mules:
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    1.150 kg and quite compact
    Gives me a semi

    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    V8, twin turbo
    And there it goes...
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    Oh noes. The V12 vs. V8 Ferrari debate is back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    might be a good reason for another nomination.....
    Ferrer already nominated the Brooklands and you gave him the Maser so he has two nice Ferrer cars to choose from. I wouldn't even know what to nominate for him. Probably something slow, boring, and ugly?

    Oh I kid Ferrer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwgkd View Post
    Yeah

    Gives me a semi


    And there it goes...
    semi?!

    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26 View Post
    Oh noes. The V12 vs. V8 Ferrari debate is back.
    this is not a debate, is a fact, they are switching to turbo again, and that car is going to be the first. I will ask for more news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26 View Post
    Oh noes. The V12 vs. V8 Ferrari debate is back.
    Isn't a V10 the perfect compromise mathematically?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    Isn't a V10 the perfect compromise mathematically?
    it depends (technically) of the singular cylinder capacity. but direct injection is going to make it (almost) irrelevant. V8s usually sound better than V12 imo.
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