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More details, please, Kenny! I suspect I’m not the only person who would like to know whether this is a retouched photo, a vector drawing or a mixture of the two, and any petrolheads would probably also want details such as the model and year of the car. I’m guessing that this is a composite of some kind, since the car seems unnaturally light compared to the dark interior of the covered bridge.


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2 hours ago, MEB said:

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Most petrolheads probably know (or should) It's a Ferrari 458 Italia (from 2009) with a V8 able to output 562 HP! Wouldn't mind to have one :)

 

Thanks, Miguel. I thought someone like you might know. (Although you wouldn’t mind having one, I suspect you wouldn’t be quite so fond of the insurance and fuel bills!)


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Okay, this is the original photo taken on my way to an auction in Mannheim Pennsylvania. The Bridge was built in the 1800's. Thx MEB for the details on the car! I will definitely provide more details on all my pics from now on.

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