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any takers on this? gonna get myself an aston martin vanquish if its still around (when i have enough dough and maybe 20,000 clients..hahahah)...sexy car...*drools*..*stares dreamily into space*
 
here we go the Ferrari 599 Fiorano!


Ferrari 599 Fiorano Now Available, Comes With iPod Connection at Sybarites


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Thats a huge picture, and a hell of a car :1orglaugh:


Some info about the 911:

Porsche 911 Turbo
In 2006, Dr. Ing. H.c. Porsche will extend it’s current product


line with the addition of a new 911 Turbo, the sixth generation


of the 911 series. This top-of-the-range model will have its world


premiere at the Geneva Motor Show on February 28, 2006 and


as from June 24, 2006 it will be available in German dealerships.


The 911 Turbo (type 997) has a few improvements. It has an


output of 480 bhp at 6,000 rpm, a 3.6 litre engine, a rated torque


of 620 Nm and a maximum torque available between 1,950 and


5,000 rpm. All these numbers are translated into driving


performance, as the 911 Turbo with six-speed manual transmission


only needs 3.9 seconds to get from zero to 100 km/h. The coupe


reaches 200 km/h in 12.8 seconds. Despite these performance


statistics, Porsche developers succeeded to keep the average


consumption to 12.8 liters per100 km.


For those who need even more speed, the 911 Turbo offers the


optionally Tiptronic S automatic transmission. This way, it can reach


100 km/h from a standing start in just 3.7 seconds and 200 km/h in


a mere 12.2 seconds. Both manual and automatic transmissions


have a top speed of 310 km/k. Available for the first time, the optional


“Sport Chrono Package Turbo” enhances the vehicle’s flexibility even


further.


The Porsche 911 Turbo features a redesigned all-wheel drive with


an electronically controlled multi-disc clutch. The result will be the


transfer of the available power to the road. That’s because, depending


on the driving conditions, this system will determine the optimal torque


distribution to ensure the best-possible drive. Also, Porsche Traction


Management (PTM) ensures variable power distribution to the two


driven axles. This means that on the road the 911Turbo will prove


outstanding traction in the rain or snow, high agility on narrow country


roads and optimal active safety even at high speeds.


The new 911 Turbo’s driving performance is duly tempered by its brake


system, which comprises monobloc fixed-caliper disc brakes with six


pistons at the front axle and four at the rear. The diameter of the internally


ventilated and perforated brake discs at the front and rear wheels is 350


millimeters. An optimized ceramic brake system that Porsche offers is


Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB). This high-tech system


reduces with 17 kilograms the standard brake system and provides an


excellent fading stability.


The major bodywork change of the 911 Turbo is the modified front end with


its distinctive, tautly drawn cooling air inlets. Combined with the standard


oval bi-xenon headlights, it will define the new unmistakable image. From


the rear perspective too, the Turbo will seem more powerful. This is due


first and foremost to its tail end, 22 millimeters wider than that of the previous


model, to which the redesigned wing spoiler element has been aligned.


Secondly, the lateral air inlets behind the doors have been redrawn and now


they offer a more efficient supply of cooling air to the charge-air intercoolers.


The basic price for the 911 Turbo is 115,000 Euros. In the USA, from July


8, 2006, the vehicle will be available at $122,000 (not including taxes).
 
I'm a simple girl with simple dreams, I would love to own a Mini Cooper. I've loved it since I saw them on Italian Job. It just looks so cute and seems perfect for a tiny girl like me. I can just imagine myself cruising along the highway with the top down and the wind blowing through my hair.
 
I would like to buy a Morris Minor 1950 old car in an original showroom condition to satisfy my passion for old cars. My uncle has a fiat 1957 model and i really love to drive this awesome beauty.
 
My dream car is lamborghini gallardo. I just love the way this car is designed, so much sturdy and beautiful car. I know this car is out of my level to buy, but I believe that dream car should be like this only. I already own a Honda Civic.