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Friday, June 12, 2009

Read Charles Krauthammer and you know what to think.

1 comment:

Bryan said...

One step closer to socialism. I really like the Testarossa analogy.

Fun little fact for you below.

The Testarossa name, which means "red head" in Italian, comes from the red-painted cam covers on the flat-12 engine. Of course, the double entendre with a red-headed woman was intentional; in fact, Ferrari and Pininfarina regularly use descriptive terms related to a female's body when describing the style of their automobiles.
The engine was technically a 180° V engine, since it shared flat-plane crankshaft pins with opposing cylinders. Output was and after 1989 catalytic converter version .