The Superossa Limousine ~ Be A Part Of Limo History ~ And Turn Some Heads "wow"! on 2040-cars
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This auction is for this Superossa Limo. (As Is) aka ~ VERY LOW RESERVE ~ Bid Now and Be a part of Limo History! Makeover Limousine or have us redo the makeover for you. Great Hobby for anyone. and then when it is running, get ready to make boss money to rent it out for the bride and groom and the best man and made of honor, and the photographer can ride up front with chauffeur and shot the whole trip and make memories last a Lifetime in another one of ~ LIMO BOB's very own private collection of the world's longest and most exotic limos.
Today we have it stripped in and out and looking to install a new engine and trans to make it all new (We were waiting to find a buyer that wanted us to complete it for them, Or they finish it w/ their logo's, their way, or we build it for them Now, you can do the project yourself if you wish, (Very Low Reserve) This was one of Limo Bob's Collection from Back in da day!
Bid now and be a part of LIMO HISTORY. or If you want us to do the rebuilding of this amazing machine, that can be possible too. Deliverd to your door FREE! That's right i said FREE Delivery to your city in anywhere USA or to the port of your choice. It can be a all new Renovation inside and out. New Engine & Trans. The interior will be make to order just for you. Thats right you design the interior your way and exterior color is your way. We will also wrap it the chrome look or wrap it into a Billboard on wheels. This Limo will sit 6 people, This is a show stopper!!!!! wherever it goes, people go NUTS......
Start your bidding now. (Your Bid if for the shell only ready to be re-furbished to a Timeless classic)
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Ferrari Testarossa for Sale
Wed, 18 Dec 2013 13:31:00 EST
Ferrari hadn't made a turbocharged engine since the F40 ended its production cycle in 1992. But that all changed when it helped Maserati develop its new 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8. That turbo engine has so far been shoehorned into the Quattroporte, along with its 3.0-liter V6 cousin that also powers the smaller Ghibli. But soon it'll wear the Prancing Horse badge as further details emerge on the next-generation California.
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 15:01:00 EST
Set to arrive in time for the spring (likely to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March), the new California will reportedly ditch its naturally-aspirated V8 in favor of a reworked version of the Quattroporte's twin-turbo unit, which at 523 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque is already considerably more muscular than the current California's 483 hp and 372 lb-ft.
The new California will likely be closely based on the outgoing model, but benefit from revised aluminum sheetmetal and an updated cabin with a new infotainment system - two areas in which the current model has scored low marks.
There are many great GTs we'd choose for a romp across the Alps. And Ferrari has made many of them. While we're not sure the hard-core, no-frills F40 would be our top choice for a transalpine journey, we certainly wouldn't turn down the opportunity.
Thu, 12 Dec 2013 11:57:00 EST
Neither, it seems, could the guys at Evo. So when the British magazine's "secret supercar owner" - who keeps the editorial team stocked with exotic machinery - needed to get his F40 back across the mountains, he handed the keys over to Henry Catchpole, who was good enough to record and recount the experience in this latest behind-the-scenes video.
Needless to say it was a memorable experience, and one worth sharing.
Where the current roadgoing Ferrari coupe with its rear-mounted V8 can go beyond this Speciale edition, I don't know. The 458 Italia and Spider already hold a very dear place in the hearts of anyone who has driven them on a sunny day over great roads or tracks, and I was pretty sure nothing could beat the heady sensory combo presented in the 458 Spider when I first drove it back in 2011. I may have to change my opinion now.
Companies like Ferrari are in the enviable position of sprinkling performance dust on their already-great base cars, all just to make them a skosh better and grab us again by the loins for one more model year. Some perspective: in 2002, the legendary Enzo set its personal best around Ferrari's 1.9-mile track at Fiorano, pulling a 1:24.9. This 458 Speciale with four fewer cylinders and more weight beats it with a time of 1:23.5, and not once during my laps did I feel as though I might die if my slightest judgment behind the wheel was less than on the money.