C&D 1993: 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds. Stock. Yes, plenty of cars are that fast now, but consider that ‘93 was long enough ago that Car & Driver said the car was “as obscenely quick as Clyde Drexler on a fast break.”
10/10 would have threesome in McLaren F1.
Still one of the fastest in the world.
Since I will be out of country Monday with no internet access I submit my choice now.
First time “did it better” and Murano Cross Cabriolet were used in the same context.
Nissan did it better
...because ACO doesn’t stand for Ferrari International Assistance?
You can go to safercar.gov and search for recalls by VIN. If they’re recalled you should get a notice in the mail (it’s done by vehicle registrations) after which you can take the cars to a dealer and get them fixed.
So why hasn’t anyone shut Super Replicas down? Even if the victims are in the U.S. like Eric, there are little the authorities can do here since the operation is headquartered in Panama.
I’m surprised those guys don’t need to tow trailers for their massive balls.
The Isle of Man TT, killing men for over 100 years.