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    Quote Originally Posted by JPG View Post
    Yep, none of the SLR Stirling Moss' are even driven. Really a pointless type of car, they'd be better off if they offered a windshield option.
    I remember seeing one driving around the coast in southern France a few years ago, would be scary on the highway with no screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPG View Post
    Yep, none of the SLR Stirling Moss' are even driven. Really a pointless type of car, they'd be better off if they offered a windshield option.
    I think I love them because of that - they are totally pointless

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    Not good news for customer demand; the Elva production has been cut from the planned 399 to 249 cars according to this report.

    https://jalopnik.com/the-mclaren-elv...cep-1841391158

    Geez that frosted blue looks crap. It isn't doing the car any favours whatsoever.

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    Good move by McLaren

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    Impractical car at a ridiculous price point. The punters are now wise to the depreciation on the plethora of limited production Hypercars.

    LaFerrari have just about breached the $2 million US point, may eventually end up being reasonable buying.
    300kph+ club

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    Quote Originally Posted by 360c View Post
    Impractical car at a ridiculous price point. The punters are now wise to the depreciation on the plethora of limited production Hypercars.

    LaFerrari have just about breached the $2 million US point, may eventually end up being reasonable buying.
    There are quite a few LaFa's that have now been for sale for a very long time.

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