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Discussion in '456/550/575' started by Yquem, Apr 9, 2004.
Think I have a problem dad.....
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how does this happen? I know that a 550 can fly but this is crazy!
Let this be a lesson to you
DON'T loan your Ferrari to Carbon
Amazing stopping power! Must be those new Brembos.
Man, I thought maybe he just had the height on his new garage lift set wrong.
That's great, Will!
I'd just call my riggers, and tell 'em we need the NYLON straps!
Well... it's like this, I was told just to park it anywhere....."
car looks fine other than front fascia?
looks like the runway ran out...
Valet parking at Café Taudis
How do you explain that one to the officer? Um, yeah I was going down the road when Big Foot came out from the trees and picked up my car. He set it down on this shed and just ran off. No officer I have not been drinking.
LMAOROTF...that is too funny...like everyone else, I would love to hear the story behind the scene...great!
He let is wife park it, hope my wife doesnt see my reply.
For the last time Honey, I told you to park it IN the garage!
What kind of neighborhood was this guy in? But what a perfect landing!
Look what he ran over to get there. I'm betting it needs an alignment, at least to the front.
Joren---Was this in Brussels?
Is this another form of "secured parking"?
Lucky guy--that could have turned out much worse!
Unless we missed the follow up picture after the roof collapsed on its weight?
Well, even the roof didn't collapse, how could you retrieve this car? Is there crane, like UFO catchers in a game centers, that can hold the entire car w/out smashing a roof? Maybe they can use a flat bed towing car to align w/ the level of a roof, then pull the car w/ chain, but that seems very hard as weight of a car will shift on a roof, which could callapse the shed.
When I saw the pics, first thing I wonder was how they took care of this problem. I'm more curious on the result.
Let's hope underneath house where the car is sound
I'm still trying to figure out how the car got there. I don't think it took a linear trajectory to where it is current at, because most of the right side would have had to go over air to get there. Probably launched at an angle, and then shifted/spun to orient itself to where it currently is right now.
Unbelievable. Pains me to see the front chewed up so badly. Wonder what that $$$ cost would be just to replace that.
Say it ain't so!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hopefully, the driver wasn't in it.