Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shithead, Mar 1, 2016.
According to me................
68 ford mustang or the Jaguar E type
68 Camaro Tied with 67 GTO IMO
1975 AMC Pacer.
Wtf is that? Looks like a Buggati.
Lamborghini Miura SV.
But the old Cords, Auburns, Duzzy's were gorgeous too
US driver faces 20 years in jail after he DELIBERATELY crashed his Bugatti Veyron into a swamp to claim $2.2m insurance.
That car is a pussy magnet.
Looks like a bag of smashed assholes.
I don't see any cup holders.
I don't know about cars but the Harley Knucklehead from 1936 and the Indian Chief from the 40's are both works of art.
MORE MIND-MEDLING FACTS ABOUT BUGATTI'S NEW CHIRON HYPERCAR
The world's first production sports car with 1500 HP (at 6700rpm) – almost 300bhp more than the Veyron
Maximum speed is 261mph with 0-62mph in less than 2.5 seconds
The two main catalytic converters are six times as large as the unit fitted to an average family car
The active surface of all six catalytic converters corresponds to an area greater than 30 football pitches
The transmission has the largest, highest performance clutch fitted to a passenger car
Monocoque chassis is as rigid an an LMP1 race car
New braking system features Formula One technical modules
The electrical system has the electromagnetic compatibility comparable to that of a military vehicle
Bugatti emblem crafted from solid 970 fine silver and enamel
More than 60,000 litres of air per minute are pushed through the engine
In one minute, 800 litres of water are circulated through the engine
Chiron has 10 radiators, the most sophisticated and highest performing cooling system fitted to a sports car
Like this great taste.
What about Pan Heads ?
Today I hit 261 miles per hour on the way to work while not harming the environment. Suck it Prius.
FAIL - a few nice syle elements - the rest looks like a suppository. I very much respect and complement the engineering required to achieve the amazing performance numbers - however, there are probably 50 or 100 cars, that i would chose before the new Bugattis
I received the notice last week that i passed the lottery to attend the Quail show in August (in beautiful Carmel / Monterey) - only $600 per ticket! For the past few years my friend, Daryl Williams of Lion Solutions, has been responsible for detailing the Bugattis before the show, so i'll be able to take a very close look and sit in the cars - i'll take lots of pictures. -