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Old 02-25-2011, 06:38 PM
Badsight Badsight is offline
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The thing is, in my opinion of course, the Ferrari will age extremely quickly. The McLaren just has those good looking, pleasant lines that will continue to look good 50 years from now.
im assuming you have seen the 458 in the metal ?

they are sex on 4 wheels

comparativly , the mclaren has futuristic lines that look bland

performance wise there isnt a comparison , the mclaren should be faster on the track & sounds like it could be eaiser to push on the road

the 458 appeals to me in that its NA , so the powerband is honest tuned HP (highest "mass produced" HP per Liter), & its great balance could mean its more of a pure drivers car

ironically what the original F1 was designed for

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