How Not To Unload A Ferrari F430 Spider

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5 Responses to How Not To Unload A Ferrari F430 Spider

  1. LBZ says:

    Didn’t even have to drop the lift gate and the car is on the ground. I think he has improved efficiency! 😉

    You know I hate to make that joke, but have wondered how many times this actually happens & in todays world we are all on camera virtually anywhere we go.

  2. jr says:

    The Spider has an “electronic” parking brake that will not hold the car from rolling back if the standard transmission is left in neutral. (I guess the Italians never park their Ferrari’s that way).

  3. Speedloader says:

    “LBZ Says: …You know I hate to make that joke, but have wondered how many times this actually happens …”

    I’ve got a few pictures …. I’ve heard it happens alot !

    “jr Says: …The Spider has an “electronic” parking brake that will not hold the car from rolling back if the standard transmission is left in neutral. …”

    Is it just us, or has anyone else other then us noticed that the higher end the car (Audi etc), or the heavier it is, these stupid electric park brakes just don’t friggin work ! What do people do in San Francisco ? I guess you really do have to park like the student drivers do: wheels turned into the curb.

    SL

  4. tommy says:

    where is his chock block? must be union trained,don’t need those.

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