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    Wow! I like the Vorsteiner mclaren....nice and aggressive
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by N54CHICK<3 Click here to enlarge
    I'm at work maybe in 6 hrs LOL
    I'm not.

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    I think Red wheels are awesome on a car like that, but that Red isn't quite right...a little too bright and almost pink in a couple pictures which in the right light in person it probably also looks a bit pink. Should be a darker RED to match the interior.
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    Smoking hot.

    My friend has been a Ferrari guy since college and bought almost every model since then (excluding California. He supposedly had to buy a FF to get a shot at the F12??), but he now has 2 MP412Cs (in addition to his other sleds) and rarely drives the last 2 Fcars he kept.

    Not only are the cars absolutely amazing, the customer service from McLaren is OFF THE CHARTS. It matters to him and I'm sure it matters to those much more successful than him. He is a real car guy, so he never expected to be pampered and he had no problems being the 'poor' F Car enthusiast at his dealer....but McLaren is seemingly re-writing the book when it comes to service/experience.

    Now, he (and many others) will clearly state Ferrari has the superior soundtrack and emotional experience, but the McLaren has made them pick the subtle super car first for the Sunday thrashing more times that they would like to admit ;-)

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mike@VAC Click here to enlarge
    Smoking hot.

    My friend has been a Ferrari guy since college and bought almost every model since then (excluding California. He supposedly had to buy a FF to get a shot at the F12??), but he now has 2 MP412Cs (in addition to his other sleds) and rarely drives the last 2 Fcars he kept.

    Not only are the cars absolutely amazing, the customer service from McLaren is OFF THE CHARTS. It matters to him and I'm sure it matters to those much more successful than him. He is a real car guy, so he never expected to be pampered and he had no problems being the 'poor' F Car enthusiast at his dealer....but McLaren is seemingly re-writing the book when it comes to service/experience.

    Now, he (and many others) will clearly state Ferrari has the superior soundtrack and emotional experience, but the McLaren has made them pick the subtle super car first for the Sunday thrashing more times that they would like to admit ;-)

    Did your mate buy his McLarens from the Philly store ? Mate here dealt with Greenwich and was a bit underwhelmed
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    No, Tampa. The local store seems to have a good rep, but I have no personal experience buying one ;-)

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    Saw a nice variant the other day, had a large oval air intake on the roof.
    See quite a lot of these everyday, as I live across the road from them.
    Also been on a tour of where they built the McLaren F1, just amazing!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bobS Click here to enlarge
    Wow! I like the Vorsteiner mclaren....nice and aggressive
    Same here, looks straight up mean!

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    Hmmmm Click here to enlarge...........the Vorsteiner setup is more my style - the black/white contrast. So, as with a tattoos, as long as it's done well, any color scheme is likeable. Different strokes for different folks.

    That said, the red wheels are a bit too loud, too attention-grabbing for me in my travels. But maybe that's what the person wanted. Who knows? Still looks damn decent.

    Suffice to say, that's how we roll in South Florida!!Click here to enlargeAny questions?
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