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Ferrari Submarine

By 911fan on 02 Dec 2009

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If you've kept up with the papers recently, you would've probably read about the flash floods that've occurred in the Bukit Timah prime district area. Flood waters reached knee-level and some cars were even fully submerged beneath the murky waters.

It's hardly surprising but nevertheless traumatic to hear some exotic cars falling victim to the flood. A barely month-old Ferrari F430 was reported to have been completely submerged in the Tessarina condominium carpark.

This comes only weeks after watching a video of a Bugatti Veyron plunging into a lake somewhere in the States. Itís all too much for a car fanatic to take. Annoyingly the driver seems to be taking it a little too well, considering the Maranello stallion is registered under the company.

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Presea Dec 08 2009 09:00 PM
that's my ex-boss's car....

Previously had an R8
Acerchan2002 Dec 08 2009 11:30 PM
I wonder how much is the repair?
Ragingbull Dec 09 2009 11:33 AM
Damn...the papers said it was a company car shared by the directors in reward for their hard work
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