How would you wash your 550 Barchetta?

How would you wash your 550 Barchetta?

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Perd Hapley

1,750 posts

150 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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rofl

Imagine opening a magazine and seeing a picture of yourself washing your car. And being slagged off for it.

Ninjaboy

2,525 posts

227 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Exoticaholic said:
This is what 550 Barchetta looks like with its tent of a roof arrangment.





No wonder the publicity pictures never showed it with top erected....
Thats awful, i thought these were the same as the super america 575's



David87

6,177 posts

189 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Take that, OP! hehe

The Wookie

12,980 posts

205 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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I put the roof on the old man's one when I wash it... About the only time the roof gets used and you still have to be bloody careful otherwise a misplaced jet will go straight inside!

The roof is totally crap, the best solution is to have a 550 Maranello too IMHO hehe

Butter Face

26,726 posts

137 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Brilliant rofl

balders118

5,677 posts

145 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Ha - excellent that the owner responded!!

To be fair to Tom though I think the owner has over reacted slightly. Tom Was hardly berating his cleaning technique, just mentioning the scant regard for the lack of roof and use of a presure washer combined.

rottie102

3,974 posts

161 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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GarryA

4,700 posts

141 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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It's probably his daily stter.

GBTurbo

247 posts

148 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Ha!

z4chris99

10,006 posts

156 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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drakart said:
So what was the other car? F40?
sounds like it.. clamshells etc

DonkeyApple

44,647 posts

146 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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rottie102 said:
And yet the maniac in the video is clearly smarter and more normal than the tards posting comments, as seems the norm on YT

james_gt3rs

4,816 posts

168 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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rofl I can't imagine ever being in a situation where the car needs washing so badly that I can't wait until I get home!

k-ink

9,070 posts

156 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Wow! That Ferrari roof is the worst eye sore I have ever seen on a car. You may as well just gaffer tape a bin bag over it. The end result may even look classier.

RenesisEvo

3,227 posts

196 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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Amused to see this thread after a discussion earlier today (nice to meet you, Waugh-terfall wavey ).

On the subject of the naff Ferrari roof, did anyone else see this in the PH car park at today's Sunday Service:


DouggyMc

769 posts

140 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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hehe brilliant!

JimmyTheHand

1,001 posts

119 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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james_gt3rs said:
rofl I can't imagine ever being in a situation where the car needs washing so badly that I can't wait until I get home!
I can - when the birds have left so many decorations you can't see it (because you parked near a bush with plenty of ripe fruit) or when you have driven across the country during winter and the salt/muck isn't being cleared by washers & wipers and headlights are less useful than candles

GWC

4,386 posts

172 months

Sunday 16th September 2012
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RenesisEvo said:
Amused to see this thread after a discussion earlier today (nice to meet you, Waugh-terfall wavey ).

On the subject of the naff Ferrari roof, did anyone else see this in the PH car park at today's Sunday Service:

It's a tonneau cover, what's wrong with that?

Gizmoish

18,150 posts

186 months

Monday 17th September 2012
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LOL @ Waugh. rofl

RenesisEvo

3,227 posts

196 months

Monday 17th September 2012
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GWC said:
It's a tonneau cover, what's wrong with that?
Nothing, I just thought it relevant to the topic that's all.

heretheygo

1,117 posts

182 months

Monday 17th September 2012
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I'm pretty sure the owner has got a little concerned about Ferraris spontaneously combusting, he's decided to take preventative action and fill the thing with water whilst out for a drive.

Verry sensible nice but dim chappie.