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    Driving Porsche in heavy downpour

    How often can you see over 90 year old man driving Porsche Cayenne in heavy downpour on the main road? Most cannot even get into the car as a passenger. But this man really Malaysia Boleh on just driving the prancing stallion logo but cantering on the real horseback too. Dun believe me, just watch.... he's hotman behind the wheels. https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/416175
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    I have often seen older folks drive on the road but they aren't so lucky to drive a Porsche, they drive smaller car, much cheaper and smaller car. Apanama should drive proton and show his "gut" in heavy downpour.

    Btw, just before simpletons cepat lupa, the blardy potong is his pet project. So, why drive ultra-expensive imported car, not his own brainchild ???

    Fxxing ironic, isn't it... !!

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    At 90, still have driving license?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    .. driving Porsche Cayenne ... just driving the prancing stallion logo ...[/url]
    When did Porsche join with Ferrari?

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    That's a stallion , yes , no? Maybe a mare? https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl...HODGgQ9QEILzAA

    BTW, yet to heard or seen any guy or gal over 90 driving at heavy downpour either in Proton Saga or Prancing Stallion. Most of all, this guy still can go cantering on a real horse.
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    Me also have NOT heard anyone who has to rely on donation from a stranger all the way from US to pay his RM3000 sore thumb cum heart failure bill.... but he claimed he has USD1million which he had spent them...

    Btw, RM3000 is about USD765. With USD1million, this is more than enough to pay the bill for 1300 sore thumb cum heart sumbat complications....
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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    Me also have NOT heard anyone who has to get donation from a stranger all the way from US to pay his RM3000 sore thumb cum heart failure bill.... but he claimed he has USD1million which he had spent them...

    Btw, RM3000 is about USD765. I guess this is more than enought to pay the bill for 1300 sore thumb cum heart sumbat complications....
    This thread is about old man healthy enuf to drive car and ride horse ......why hijack this to talk about cow and bull? And you laugh about people having jantung sumbat ? what kind of budiman are you? Just why are you sore about others spending a million away instead of donating to you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    The prancing horse is Ferrari symbol, it is synonymous with Ferrari.

    The prancing horse with the name Stuggart on the Porsche logo is to resemble the native Stuttgart was created as a horse farm before. The spirit is more on the town Stuggart, not the horse.

    Well, it is not surprise when simpletons see a prancing horse, he will jump to the conclusion that the horse is the key element of the emblem...
    Everyone is simpletons to you in the forum...... where either stallion or mares logo in cars got problems. Why the gas about the logo depicting horses in either Ferrari or Porsche? An educated man need not to brag about his level of highness or sometown in Stuggart Porsche Man or Ferrari Lady from Maranello.

    Amazing but true, my neighbour driving a Porsche 911 is humble and discreet about it. He doesnt honk aloud but wave at the chef by winding down his window in his usual greeting. And there is no Air from the Lady who drives Ferrari when I parked my Saga outside her house in Ipoh. Now that is what I called classy Budiman or Budiwoman who practice the art of Budi Bahasa, not Buli Bahasa in horse hot gas power.

    I just dread to think how other simple motorists would react when you buy a horse turbo power and drive it in the real world of USJ.......Oink Oink
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    I also don't know since when and why Porsche join Ferrari...


    The prancing horse is Ferrari symbol, it is synonymous with Ferrari.

    The prancing horse with the name Stuggart on the Porsche logo is to resemble the native Stuttgart was created as a horse farm before. The spirit is more on the town Stuggart, not the horse.

    Well, it is not surprise when simpletons see a prancing horse, he will immediately jump to the conclusion that the horse is the key element of the emblem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    ...Amazing but true, my neighbour driving a Porsche 911 is humble and discreet about it. he doesnt honk but wave at chef by winding down his window in his usual greeting.
    Oh, your neighbour drive a 911..

    I actually expect you to say you drive a 911 before but you didn't like the car and gave it away...

    Amazing but true, isn't it... ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    Oh, your neighbour drive a 911..

    I actually expect you to say you drive a 911 before but you didn't like the car and gave it away...

    Amazing but true, isn't it... ??
    Amazing you can read my mind........

    Yeah, I did drive the 911 to Boxster and gave it away to the car jockey a couple of times.

    For the record , I did not like the cars since there were too cramp and they were not mine.

    Hopefully that clears up the hot air and not distract from the thread. I aint over 90 km limit yet.


    BTW my neighbour is not a graduate and the lady was from a ballet dancing school.
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    Your friend is 92 year old or 29?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    ....Yeah, I did drive the 911 to Boxster and gave it away to the car jockey a couple of times.

    For the record , I did not like the cars since there were too cramp and they were not mine.

    BTW my neighbour is not a graduate and the lady was from a ballet dancing school.
    I wonder what kind of imaginary world are you living in ??

    You have spent your USD1million stash, you also drove a Porsche 911 and a Porsche Boxster before, and I think you also firmly believe you owned a Bentley or a Jaguar in your fantasy world....

    But now you are looking for a used proton to uber around... !! http://www.usj.com.my/bulletin/uploa...n-2015-to-2017

    I guess you must have screwed your life big time, past and present.

    Don't worry, I shall stop here, you can continue with your fantasy. Some of your extra-ordinary stories can be quite entertaining. Not surprise one day you will tell the forum that you taught Gordon Ramsey how to cook, or you loaned some meony to Bill Gate to help him start his Microsoft empire... etc, etc.

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