May 9th 2009 10:55AM It's a nine year old gearbox, not an engine as in the picture. Seperately, while Ferrari are not releasing parts contemporaneously (and never have) they do release engines and components once the technology is obsolete. See, Ferrari Store where an F2002 V10 engine is for sale. Notwithstanding, it's a pretty cool piece of automotive art, if only I could find a woman who would allow something like that in my home...
Feb 24th 2009 9:36PM That is until you realize you're drinking wine from Idaho.
Jan 4th 2009 8:58AM Your grammatical and factual errors aside, how does one trillion dollars of new federal spending, an amount nearly one tenth of the existing federal deficit, lead to greater solvency?
Jan 3rd 2009 9:01PM He's just warming up for the welfare state, get used to it.
Oct 20th 2008 10:53AM Bollocks, they're called crapwagons.
Oct 19th 2008 6:09PM Just as long as they don't sound like the current crapwagon engines. It would be nice to see something other than a spec series but I can't imagine that being in the cards in the near future.
Oct 16th 2008 10:20PM I'm pretty sure that the Arnage has the 6.75 liter V8 that's been used for 50 years in Bentley cars. The article gets it wrong. Speaks to the accuracy of Autotrader listings in general.
Oct 13th 2008 7:45PM Gordon Ramsay tried these pills on Graham Norton's show. A video can be seen here -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFHCzNdN7Gs
Oct 12th 2008 2:26PM Interesting theater room with a couch on a raised platform, a bit inartful but effective.
Also, note to Realtors: knock off the high dynamic range photos. Buyers want to see themselves in a home and because we are not cartoons we can't see ourselves in high dynamic range photos.
Oct 11th 2008 11:55PM Gas and Electric had the same result? Really? I've had both and would never go back to electric.