Yeah, it’s really that cool

We talk about Ferrari all of the time. We’re TopSpeed, We’re car guys, and that’s what we do. But, there is one Ferrari that has really stuck in our minds – the Ferrari F40. We’re not talking about just any Ferrari F40, but the specific example you see here, one that was taken camping and but through all of the motions that come along with making a temporary home in the wild. Check out these photos and video posted by legendary Ferrari owner Carguy back in 2014…

BBQ終了😋 取り合えず汗を流しに、近所の温泉♨まで行って、お風呂に入ってから、荷物を整理して帰ります。

Posted by Carguy on Sunday, September 28, 2014

F40で目玉焼き 皆さんのリクエストに応えて、テストしてみました。 ホントに目玉焼きが出来て、美味しく頂きました

Posted by Carguy on Sunday, September 28, 2014

The Ferrari F40

1987 - 1992 Ferrari F40 High Resolution Exterior
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Sold from 1987 to 1992, the Ferrari F40 is considered the old-school definition of what a supercar is supposed to be. Taking design cues from the Countach, the 288 GTO platform, and a few cues from the Ferrari 365, the F40 was an absolutely gorgeous machine. When you look inside it takes you back to a time when supercars were pure and basic with nothing more than some exposed carbon fiber, NASA-certified adhesive, and some fabrics that covered some of the visible spots. There was no room for extraneous technology or materials – just a true, soul-bearing design – one that was powered by a 2.9-liter V-8 with 90-degree banks twin IGI turbos, chain-driven cams, and a thirst to deliver amazing power. That power? 471 horsepower and 425 pound-feet of torque – enough to propel this legendary piece of machinery up to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds on the way to a top speed of 201 mph. I don’t have to tell you that you can literally feel this thing’s heartbeat when it starts. You can learn more about the 1987 Ferrari F40 or its successor, the 1995 Ferrari F50, whenever you’re ready. They are two pieces of Italian history you don’t want to forget about!

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