Posted: February 9, 2012 Filed under: Auto Idolatry, SHOWCASE | Tags: 6.0, 7.3, acceleration, Cinque, Club, F, Huayra, Mind, motor, Over, Pagani, R, sounds, Sport, V12, video, Zonda
Sounds of various Zondas and the Huayra for your enjoyment.
Posted: July 15, 2011 Filed under: Auto Idolatry, AUTOMOTIVE INSIGHTS | Tags: 6.0L, 7.3L, Automobili, automotive, Cinque, Club, design, Exotic, Expensive, F, HH, Horacio, Huayra, Mind over motor, Modena, Pagani, passion, R, S, Sport, supercar, Tricolore, twin turbo, V12, Zonda
Pagani Zonda S. other than 4 wheels this car shares nothing with the common cars you see everyday. Just look at those Gatling Gun exhausts and those wing mirrors. mmmmmmm
The purpose of a car is to serve as a form of transportation that can take people and their things hundreds of miles with ease. As a basic rule, the average person needs such transportation to be practical, affordable, and useful in all of their daily personal functions. So what happens when a car is none of these things? What happens when a car becomes more than a bunch of nuts and bolts and is liberated from the chains of mundane reality by the vision of a single man whose passion knows no boundaries? The answer is that the car itself becomes the focus rather than the destination of travel. When not governed by real world concerns a car is free to become a living, breathing work of art, more something to be experienced than a tool to be used. It ventures into the realm of the extraordinary in a world so held down by the lame nature of the masses. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: June 27, 2011 Filed under: SPOTTED! | Tags: Club, exhaust, Hella, Mazda, Miata, Mind over motor, Modified, MX5, NB, pokes, Roadster, Scraping, slammed, spotted, Stretched, tires
The most slammed Miata I have ever seen
This thing was low as hell. He went over a little dip in the road and sparks flew out from under his car. This is surely the lowest Miata I have ever seen in person. Sounded solid too. Great car.
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