baby ferrari???

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by gallardo, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. Haha, shut up.
     
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  3. who would buy a baby ferrari?
     
  4. What do you think that the F430 is, you moron ?
     
  5. the F470 is supposed to be smaller, lighter but more expensive than the F430
     
  6. thick /θɪk/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[thik] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation, adjective, -er, -est, adverb, -er, -est, noun
    –adjective
    1. having relatively great extent from one surface or side to the opposite; not thin: a thick slice.
    2. measured, as specified, between opposite surfaces, from top to bottom, or in a direction perpendicular to that of the length and breadth; (of a solid having three general dimensions) measured across its smallest dimension: a board one inch thick.
    3. composed of or containing objects, particles, etc., close together; dense: a thick fog; a thick forest.
    4. filled, covered, or abounding (usually fol. by with): tables thick with dust.
    5. husky or hoarse; not distinctly articulated: The patient's speech is still quite thick.
    6. markedly so (as specified): a thick German accent.
    7. deep or profound: thick darkness.
    8. (of a liquid) heavy or viscous: a thick syrup.
    9. Informal. close in friendship; intimate.
    10. mentally slow; stupid; dull.
    11. disagreeably excessive or exaggerated: They thought it a bit thick when he called himself a genius.
    –adverb
    12. in a thick manner.
    13. close together; closely packed: The roses grew thick along the path.
    14. in a manner to produce something thick: Slice the cheese thick.
    –noun
    15. the thickest, densest, or most crowded part: in the thick of the fight.
    —Idioms
    16. lay it on thick, Informal. to praise excessively; flatter: He's laying it on thick because he wants you to do him a favor.
    17. through thick and thin, under favorable and unfavorable conditions; steadfastly: We have been friends for 20 years, through thick and thin.
    [Origin: bef. 900; (adj. and adv.) ME thikke, OE thicce; c. D dik, G dick; akin to ON thykkr (n.) ME, deriv. of the adj.]

    —Related forms
    thickish, adjective
    thickly, adverb

    —Synonyms 6. strong, pronounced, decided.
     
  7. around how much? like v8 vantage price or like 430 price? what will it compete with
     
  8. Ferrari will be coming out with a 8 cylinder 2+2 later this year. Zero chance that they will ever launch a SUV.
     

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