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    maybe in a diamond pattern
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    Is that Silk Cut livery? And as for the exhausts, I think they look fantasic, just imagine the carpet of fire they'd blast out.
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    Talk to some chavs.. if they can fit eight on a saxo, imagine them with a Zonda..

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    **** the exhaust, just open headers. Now we're talkin'! And sequential gearboxes FTW. H-pattern is fail-pattern.
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    lol only because you're used to bikes..forgotten how to use a H pattern eh..
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    The R is a basically a new car, despite resembling a Zonda F, using stuff from the MB CLR (engine+gearbox) and bit and bites of the upcoming new C9, including the chassis.
    The Zonda Cinque is a Zonda F with a sequential gearbox, tuned engine, new aero bits.
    This is a custom F, with Cinque bits.
    The C9 should debut next year, as they just started testing cars with an actual bodywork albeit camouflaged and not the fake bodywork of this and last year's mules.
    Zonda R has V8? Because thats what CLR uses....
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    Quote Originally Posted by RacingManiac View Post
    Zonda R has V8? Because thats what CLR uses....
    He problably meant CLK GTR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RacingManiac View Post
    Zonda R has V8? Because thats what CLR uses....
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    He problably meant CLK GTR.
    that one.
    Don't ask me why, my memory is playing tricks lately.
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    more shots courtesy of this brand new forum: Pagani-Zonda.net • Index page
    founded, among others, also by a not very active UCP member and Zonda lover.
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    more shots, all from Le Mans
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    moar because moar
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    and that's all
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    Pagani Zonda Photo Shop edition!

    Seriously, that's what I thought it was.

    Pretty cool stuff.

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    I understood this isn't a conversion based on his former car, with this car being chassis #106, and the first orange/cf one of the first F Coupe being built, and being also sold some times ago too.
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