Peter Orosz
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1/14/16
12:29 PM
32

So one car has white lines and the other was a mirror? Are we sure this wasn’t actually an 80's project?

8/11/15
11:40 PM
6

I’ll never forget my first time seeing a Miura in person. It was this car (an SV) in the *spectator parking lot* at the Americana Manhasset show in the fall of 2012, parked right next to a minivan. There are moments in life you never forget... this was one for me.

5/14/15
7:35 AM
13

The funny thing is that the P 4/5 Competizione is a very heavily modified road car, yet if could never be a road car again. Or a product. Read more

5/4/15
1:28 PM
1

I worked with and machined TI6AlV4 and CP Grade 2 every day for years. I turned thousands of pounds of it into chips. For simple things it’s not a big deal if you’ve got the correct tooling. If you’re Eaton trying to replace 13 hydraulic valve assemblies in a single titanium valve assembly in a military helicopter Read more

3/11/15
1:52 PM
1

Now im tempted to go visit next time I am in Budapest, in april.

1/20/15
9:08 AM
1

Stinger training for terrorists. When trying to down an airliner, start from close range (<20ft) and gradually work your way back to 2-3 miles.

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11/6/14
8:42 PM
5

It's not the Sultan of Brunei that owns all those infamous cars, it's his brother and that brother has gone bust officially iirc. But since his brother is the Sultan and owns Brunei, the cars are all locked up in a storehouse near a coastal highway, guarded by former NZ special forces, but the cars are all left Read more

11/6/14
1:04 AM
1

I was so confused when I looked at the post's author. I assumed you wrote this post.