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  • Well it was only a matter of time.  I was riding with Shmee150 in his Ford GT through NYC and we were pulled over because of his UK license plates.  Thankfully Shmee150 did a lot of research prior to bringing his Ford GT to the US from the UK and had all the correct documents in order and ready to show to the police.  This was the first time he was pulled over since arriving in the US and probably won't be the last.  Like Tim says in the video it is a very unique situation to see a car driving around on foreign plates and cops might only experience it once in their entire career. 

Thank you so much to this officer from the NYPD for his kindness and understanding after looking over the documents.  

If you haven't already go check out Shmee150's Facebook, YouTube channel, and Instagram!
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If you enjoyed this video please make sure you let me know in the comments or simply leaving a like.  It means a lot to me and I really appreciate the feedback!

      

  • RENNtech tuned Aston Martin Vantage

      

  • You should really go watch both my video and @shmee150 's video of taking 2 Pagani Zonda Cinque out for Taco Tuesday!  YouTube link in my profile 📽 #PaganiZonda #Pagani #Zonda #Cinque #Roadster #YouTube #Shmee150 #wheresshmeeusa #NewportBeach #TacoTuesday #California

      

  • Exactly 50 years on from the debut of the last spider in the Ferrari range to sport a front-mounted V12, the 812 GTS hails a triumphant return for  a model type that has played a pivotal role in the marque’s history since its foundation.

The Ferrari V12 spider story features many iconic models and began in 1948 with the 166 MM, an authentic thoroughbred competition GT that won the two most prestigious endurance races in the world in 1949: the Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The last in that long lineage was the 1969 365 GTS4, also known as the Daytona Spider because of Ferrari’s legendary victory in the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona when two works 330 P4s and the NART-entered 412 P took the chequered flag side-by-side to occupy the top three places.

The front-mounted V12 architecture has not been used in a Ferrari series-production spider since the 365 GTS4. That said, four special series limited editions have been launched: the 550 Barchetta Pininfarina in 2000, the Superamerica in 2005, the SA Aperta in 2010 and, most recently, the F60 America of which just 10 were built to celebrate Ferrari’s 60th year on the American market in 2014.

Like its historic predecessors, the 812 GTS sets a new benchmark in terms of performance and exclusivity. Sporting Ferrari’s majestic 800 cv V12, it is not merely the most powerful production spider on the market, but also the most versatile, thanks to its retractable hard top, a unique feature in this segment which also guarantees a larger boot capacity.

The retractable hard top (RHT), which opens in just 14 seconds at speeds of up to 45 km/h, does not impinge upon the interior dimensions, thus maintaining the donor car’s roomy cockpit. The electric rear screen, which acts as a wind-stop, makes the car truly useable with the top down while, with the top up, it can be left open to allow occupants to continue to luxuriate in the naturally-aspirated V12’s unique soundtrack.

      

  • Driving 3 Koenigseggs to Hooters

      

  • Driving a Ferrari F50!

      

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