Make room in the garage for this huge 1/6th scale radio controlled Ferrari F50.
A must have for Ferrari lovers, this F50 features real working lights and reaches speeds of 20 mph!
This factory assembled R/C car is equipped with rubber tread tires and front and rear suspension with coil spring shocks.
The full digital proportional controller with LCD screen provides forward and reverse movement with left and right steering.
The attention to detail is amazing from the working headlights and taillights down to the side view mirrors.
The removeable targa top exposes the finely detailed interior.
Full function radio controlled
2 gear interchangeable system
Remote controller included
All independent spring suspension system
Glossy exterior paint
Speeds of 15-20 mph
12V Battery pack and Charger included
8 'AA' Batteries for Remote included
30 minute run time on a 3 hour charge
Dimensions: 2.3 ft. L x 1 ft. W x 7.5 in. H

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Posted by mbuhlah, Wednesday, February 25, 2009 6:28 AM | 3 comments |

The Best Tip on Hiring Limousine Service

By Eliza Maledevic

If you want to impress your loved ones including party guest and friends, limousine is the perfect transportation you could offer to them. There are many companies you could choose from for the limousine you need.

Selecting instantly is hard. Before making decision, check the insurance information of the company. This is important factor for safety reason. If the company is really legitimate.

In checking the limousine service company, use the BBB to check the information if they have license. And if it is legitimate to operate. There are website in the internet could make a background checking. In this way you can be sure the company service you hire is safe for you and your family.

Usually they give promotional package such as flowers, drinks for their service. Always ask if they offer this kind of package. They have different rates on their rental depending on how many hours you will use the limo. They also provide what size of limo you need. You could also select if you prefer a man or a lady chauffeur.

It is important to select the best deal you could get. Comparing their rates on rental including the additional package they will offer you is necessary. Ask them to give you specific quotation on their rates on rental and service fee they charge, before you book on their service. Other company just include unnecessary additional fee. Get all the detail from them before signing the contract.

This might come in handy surfing on the internet might give you an idea about their service charge fee; you can compare the limo service from other company, including their prices, services they rendered and additional promotion they are giving.

Follow your instinct and if the person on their customer service is courteous and it serve you well and it they can meet you needs. Check on their chauffer also.

Company will make sure that their employees treat the customer well. Employee's attitudes reflect the company image. So, it is best to look for this kind of company.

Limos are important since they add up the excitement and can make your event extra special. Just make sure to get the right limo, the one that can give you satisfaction and comfort. There are lots for you to choose from, so allocate few of your time in seeking for the right one for you.

Check on the price, their service and features in order to assure that you will be satisfied and end up happy with your event. Surf on the internet and gain all the important details you need to easily pick the right limo for your big event.

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Posted by mbuhlah, Thursday, October 9, 2008 3:27 AM | 0 comments |

Synthetic Motor Oil - "This is Big"

By Gregory J Johnson

The Synthetic Oil Revolution

The major oil companies in our world have been making huge profits from all aspects of their market for over a hundred years. One of their products, motor oil, has a huge profit margin but it is not the best product for lubricating and cooling our internal combustion engines and they know it. Thirty five years ago a superior product pure synthetic motor oil was introduces into the marketplace capable of protecting our engines for 25,000 miles between oil changes. Today almost four decades later the 3,000 mile oil change is still ingrained in a lot of people's minds but the test of time and the fact that superior technology will always prevail is what the Synthetic Oil Revolution is all about.

One reason we have been trained by the oil companies to change our motor oil so often,
Aside from the fact that they make so much money from it, is that it is not a good lubricant. Crude refined petroleum oil breaks down at a rapid rate leaving behind undesirable deposits of sludge and varnish. Crude oil can not be refined enough to remove these damaging molecules form it. Paraffin, a waxy substance causes the oil to gel at low temperatures so that there is no lubrication at temperatures below zero and does not start until it warms up if the engine can crank over at all. This is the time of the most severe engine wear. Other non lubricating molecules in the oil boil off at high temperatures leaving the oil thicker even at those temperatures causing the oil pump to work harder robbing the engine of power to the wheels. While these undesirable occurrences are taking place the rest of the oil is breaking down at a rapid pace, thus the need to replace it every 3,000 miles just to protect our motors. Is there a better way?

Synthetic motor oil is a man made, designed, engineered and manufactured in the laboratory. These identical molecules are designed specifically for lubricating our internal combustion engines. These molecules are precise in their ability to slide across each other and keep the moving parts of our engines from touching each other. Synthetic oil naturally flows at very low temperatures down to minus 50 degrees Fahrenheit and does not boil off at high temperatures thus giving us lubrication throughout the operating temperatures of our engines.

The benefits of using a pure synthetic oil are:

Fuel Economy

If increasing your fuel mileage by 2% to 5% Interests You

More Horsepower

If increasing your vehicles performance Interests You

25,000 Miles

If saving money by increasing your oil drain intervals Interests You

Extended Equipment Life

If having fewer auto repairs Interests You

Cold Temperature Starts

If reducing engine wear at start up Interests You

8 Quarts vs 12 Gallons

If putting less waste into the environment Interests You

10 Minutes Ads Up

If saving time not visiting the oil change bays Interests You

Buy American

If reducing our dependence on foreign oil Interests You

Then join the Synthetic Oil Revolution and be a pioneer in the change from crude petroleum oil to the best synthetic lubrication products for your engines.

Greg Johnson is a retired Airline Captain. His jet equipment was dependent on synthetic lubricants to survive in the extreme operating environments of our atmosphere. The technology needs to be the standard in our internal combustion engines. Using synthetic transmission oil decreases operating temperatures and friction thus increasing the transmissions life. The same holds true for Synthetic Motor Oils that have been with us for thirty five years and will be the standard within the next five years.

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An Amazing New Sports Car

By John Hartley

Here is a truly amazing new sports car - the KTM X-Bow. It is amazing in the way it looks, the way it is made and in its performance. So what is so special about the way it looks? Well, it has open wheels, with cycle type fenders, but you can hardly see them. At the front there is a big cowl which hides the wheels, but beneath that is a narrow chisel nose that is the front of the body, the engine being behind the cockpit.

On top of the engine is a curved cowl that acts as a cover, and provides some downforce at speed. Then, twin radiators are mounted each side of the engine, just behind the cockpit, where they partly conceal the engine and rear wheels. If you look from the back, you can see the rear suspension and a big muffler across the back with the exhaust coming straight out. This mufflers acts as a safety crash member, taking the impact in a crash.

One more thing that is different: the instruments and controls are all mounted in the hub of the steering wheel.

Austrian, with mid-engined layout

So who has produced this unusual sports car? KTM, the Austrian maker of high-performance off road motor bikes. Like KTM motorcycles, the X-Bow is a hot performer, without any creature comforts, and has shaken up the sports car world.

It has a carbon fiber body, made in Italy, which is one reason why this is a lightweight car, although not as light as the Lotus 2-11 or Caterham CSR, two competitors.

What is normal about it? Well, like the Lotus Elise, Exige and 2-11 sports cars the engine is mounted cross-wise in unit with the transaxle behind the cockpit, an arrangement which allows the use of a power train of a mass production front-drive car. In this case, the power train is the Audi two-liter turbo unit, developing 240 bhp.

All about performance without any frills

Like the Caterham and Lotus 2-11, the KTM X-Bow is all about performance. It can reach 60 mph in 3.9 seconds, and 100 mph in 8.5 seconds, which puts it up in the supercar category. For example, The acceleration is faster than the Audi R8, Jaguar XKR or Porsche Carrera S. It is matched by some other ultra-lightweight super sports cars like the Lotus 2-11, and is a little slower than the Caterham CSR, which reaches 60 mph in 3.7 seconds. Even so the performance is remarkable.

In some respects, the KTM X-Bow seems inspired by the Caparo T1, although it is slightly heavier and has half the power. Overall, the KTM X-Bow is an amazing addition to the sports car world.

To find out the latest news, and see reviews of top sports cars go to, which is run by John Hartley.

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The World's Cheapest Car - The Nano

By Tom Tessin

Ratan Tata. You probably do not recognize the name, but this successful business man from India stared the automobile industry dead in the eyes and could have broken numerous molds that have haunted the industry over the past decades. His automobile, officially named the Nano, is the world's least expensive car. At roughly $2,500 dollars each it boasts a roughly 33 horsepower engine and a five seat arrangement that isn't just hard to look at, but also hard to imagine the vehicle can achieve an upwards of 50 miles per gallon. The car was not designed to boast stylish looks or revolutionary technology, but rather the ultimate blend of efficiency to meet the consumer's needs and wants in India.

India over the past several years has come to have over 300 million individuals in its middle class, roughly the population of the United States. This enormous middle class is looking for some of the same luxuries as those of western countries and they have been for a while. Tata has been crunching numbers ever since the conception of the vehicle and he is currently projecting sales of nearly one million Nanos each year.

What does this mean for India as a whole? Many believe a great deal of problems. India's road infrastructure is already under enormous pressure and traffic jams in the country make traffic in the United States look minimal. When potentially supplying hundreds of thousands if not millions of the middle class vehicles, it will only place further strain on the system. On more of a global scale, scientists are playing out the worst case scenario of adding even more carbon emissions from a country that normally has kept to itself.

Reports that surfaced around 2005 estimated that Indian vehicles released about 219 million tons of carbon dioxide and with the rise of low-cost vehicles and continued economic expansion, that number is expected to reach at least 1,467 million tons around 2030. Many countries are beginning to worry about the global implications the enormous addition of cars will have, while others are supporting India. Many political leaders are keeping to the sidelines with the notion that India has an enormous population and is clearly becoming an economic power that will do what it wants.

On a different note, several countries, including the United States, are analyzing the effects that this small car will have on the economy of India. The United States has had a small but noticeable movement towards smaller cars using less gasoline; however, even though the Nano would most likely not suit American tastes, especially with the lack of a radio, trunk space, and speed, the smaller footprint and higher efficiency of smaller vehicles has benefits that no nation can look over.

It is up to the new Indian market and the new Nano vehicle to show the world what will happen when low income individuals from a relatively under-developed nation have the means to travel and commute just like that of more developed countries around the world.

Tom Tessin is an author for that is geared toward people looking to save on gas with gas credit cards

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New Jaguar XF Wins Top Award

By Stuart Coster

The new Jaguar XF has won the coveted What Car magazine Car of the Year 2008 award, beating off stiff competition from rivals BMW and Mercedes.

What Car stipulate that the winner of the award "must have done more than anything else from the past 12 months to move things on".

Jaguar is a mere cottage industry alongside the mighty Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Yet its replacement for the retro styled S-Type was considered to have beaten the best the company's German rivals could offer.

This is even more of an achievement when set against the backdrop of uncertainty over Jaguar's future, with the sale of the company by owners Ford now imminent - most likely to Indian motor group Tata.

The magazine singled out in particular the way the XF out-drives the previously unbeatable BMW 5 Series, which is saying something, but also manages to be more supple on poor surfaces.

Accepting the award, Jaguar and Land Rover managing director Mike O'Driscoll said, "This marks a very special day for Jaguar. We're back."

What Car isn't alone in praising the new Jag over its executive peers.

In a three-way Auto Express group test against the Mercedes E280 CDI and BMW 525 M Sport, the 2.7 diesel version of the XF again emerged triumphant.

Despite being the cheapest of the three, Auto Express described the car as "brilliant: superbly designed inside out, as well as fantastic to drive in all conditions and cost effective to buy and run. Jaguar should be immensely proud of its achievement."

"We're proud to say the XF is a British world-beater" the mag concluded.

There was more success in the recent What Car awards for British-built models in other categories.

Stable-mate Land Rover won the top award in the compact 4x4 category with its Freelander model, while the Discovery took the accolade for best large 4x4. The Oxford-built MINI Cooper also took the title in the hot hatch category.

Al Kammerer, product development director Jaguar and Land Rover, pointed to strength in automotive manufacturing. 'The automotive industry in the West Midlands is alive and well,' he said.

Stuart Coster is editor of motoring advice site, which provides free guides and tools to help with buying, selling and running a car. The site's most popular guide is on Buying a Used Car

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2004 Ferrari 360 Modena in Thousand Oaks, California

Vehicle Data
Price: $154,995.00
Year: 2004
Mileage: 2300
Transmission: Manual
Bodystyle: Coupes
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
Engine: V8
Dealer Stock #: 135433
VIN #: ZFFYT53A940135433
Title: N/A
Warranty: N/A
Seller Type: N/A

Vehicle Description
Gray 2-door Convertible, 2300 miles, MANUAL 6SPD, 3.6L V8. Stock# 135433. Features: Intermittent Wipers, Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers, Privacy Glass, Heated Mirrors, Power Driver Mirror, Power Passenger Mirror, Heated Exterior Driver Mirror, Heated Exterior Passenger Mirror, Hid Headlights, Front Reading Lamps, AM/FM Stereo, Cassette, CD Changer, Premium Sound System, Rear Defrost, Climate Control, A/C, Vehicle Anti-Theft System, Remote Trunk Release, Keyless Entry, Power Door Locks, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, Leather Seats, Bucket Seats, Driver Lumbar, Passenger Lumbar, Power Steering, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Compact Spare Tire, Aluminum Wheels, Tires - Rear Performance, Tires - Front Performance, Locking Rear Differential, Rear Wheel Drive, 6-Speed M/T, M/T, Gasoline Fuel, Traction Control, Driver Air Bag, Passenger Air Bag, 4-Wheel ABS.


Posted by mbuhlah, Monday, April 21, 2008 6:40 AM | 6 comments |