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27Sep/110

app controlled spy rover

somebody needs to buy me this for christmas, although my dog is going to hate it, controlled by an iPhone or iPad app and working wirelessly over 100ft through walls, or 200ft without, you can drive this thing around whilst seeing what it see's on the screen of your idevice. can't think of any use I'd have for it other than fooling around but seems like a great waste of $149.99. The control app is a free download and runs on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.

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26Sep/110

1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico Berlinetta Re-creation

Coach-builder Gullwing America has announced its new project, this one-off Ferrari F-340 Competizione, based on the 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico Berlineta.

That 1952 model was built for competition in the Carrera Panamericana race in Mexico. Only 3 exemplars of the car were ever made.

Proprietor, Arturo Alonso, from the San Antonio, Texas-based Gullwing America, will be re-inventing the model using modern technology. The car will be based on a 456 Ferrari platform that will be re-bodied in aluminum and hand-made by Australian Mark Nungent. New additions will include a diffuser, rear spoiler, side vents and front splitters.

Power will come from a 5.4 liter V12 producing 476 PS (350 kW / 470 hp) coupled to an original 6-speed manual transmission. Modern tech on the car will include the brakes and taught suspension.

On the inside, the look will remain close to the original car but will feature modern touches such as the carbon fiber seats, a roll bar, a special luggage set and chronometers.

Source: Gullwing America

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