Renault to Ferrari
I've spotted a good deal on a showroom condition Ferrari 250 GTO, but i'm unsure if there is any point? My 2002 Clio is still chugging along, so is it worth it to upgrade?
BTW, i'm rich as feck, you tossers.
I'm guessing by the stupid question you must have inherited the money?
You'd fit in better if you went to Knutsford. I was there at the weekend, and it seemed to be full of BFO 4x4s, Bentleys and Ferraris. On Sunday, it seems that the thing to do is drive around showing off what a big, shiny car you have, around the narrow streets of Knutsford.
Some of the residents (or visitors, perhaps) seemed to live up to the town's name...
Don't buy the Ferrari - pay 50% tax and fund some public sector pensions...
You'd fit in better if you went to Knutsford.
Davey Mole wrote (see)
have you fully considered the breathability/waterproofness of the Ferrari? In tests the Ford Transit, although not actually waterproof, came out as most usable, and is my choice on the hill every time. Although they do tend to run hot, so this may be an issue in the summer.
Go for it Mike. If you don't like the colour or the mug holder you can always stick it away in the gear room and put it down to experience.
benp1 wrote (see)
My veyron has a tow bar - 4wd and lots of torque means it can pull anything!
What even Kristen Scott Thomas (thats the Clarkson test apparently)
Personally I would go for the sensible option.
a very ecomical Fiat 500 or similar and the donate the difference to worthy causes.
Now let me think - Forum members, MRT, Sarda etc
Just think how good you would feel inside, instead of hanging you head in shame when the "normal" folk glare at you and wonder of you really do have a small ____
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