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"paddle shifts are like putting your d*ck in a milking machine...

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by rob lay, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. rob lay

    rob lay Administrator
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    time correction
     
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  3. zjpj

    zjpj F1 Veteran

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    Wow, the site is being really weird with posting.... anyway, I think Leno is a really lucky guy.

    I also think that the positive that he described of the SLR - that he can take it anywhere and not have people bump into it - is it's main detractor. IT'S BORING.

    Plus, now you have the new SLK that looks identical. At least the SLR nose was distinctive...not anymore
     
  4. amenasce

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    I dont see why the would compare that boat to an Enzo.
     
  5. Mark(study)

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    And the Enzo is good looking because it's a Ferrari, not because it's good looking. If someone said that was the new Lambo they'd say, "uh-huh, that's nice".
     
  6. paulie_b

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    milking machine.....huh! interesting analogy. how would you know how it feels?
     
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  8. ferrari_kid

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    ...it's more efficient but just not as much fun." -Jay Leno


    Jay Leno wrote some stuff about the new MB SLR. the car sounds awesome. they brought down 20 SLR owners to beat up the car for 2 straight days. there were some direct comparisons with the F1 and Enzo too.

    Jay Leno's take on the SLR
     

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