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I've always thought the Testarossa was a great flat ugly barge of a thing.. I'm serious, too long, too wide, too '80s.

The Honda NSX is much nice looking car and its styling ques have been taken up by a lot of other manufacturers since then. Importantly, the NSX had something that the Ferrari did not: Variable valve timing. Honda have always produced great engines and I personally attribute this to their deeply rooted motorcycle origins.

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Originally posted by halz

I'm serious, too long, too wide, too '80s.

But you can't argue with the centre of gravity...

I think it looks hot anyway.:love:

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I agree. The Testarossa is an absolutely astounding looking car. Totally menacing. One of my dream cars, up on the top 5 list of Ferraris if I ever had to buy one.

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Though I have always had my eye on the Dino 246 if I had the chance...my uncle had one when I was a kid...love it, but I love the Z more..though a Ferrari would be cool (shame that it costs $2500 to change the camchain !!).

Cheers ppl!

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Originally posted by halz

I've always thought the Testarossa was a great flat ugly barge of a thing.. I'm serious, too long, too wide, too '80s.

Thats exactly what is great about those cars, serious stick to the pavement handling. Long, low and WIDE is how I like them.

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Audi A6-

Ford hired the guy that designed the new beetle. Now most of Fords newer cars look like an Audi, inside as well.

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