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Poor car
. Why didn't they take the engine? the most valuable part and it was the only thing they didn't take.
 

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im guessing the engine is still there because 1. they dont have the tools to disassemble and reassemble the engine. 2. ferrari engines dont fit too well into camels. 3. do you know a way to lift a 1000 lb motor out thats still attatched and carry it down a street.....all in good fun though i was thinking the same thing, itd be cool in about a month were gonna see a video of some iraqi with a p.o.s. car held together by bondo and strawberry bubble yum cruising at 150.
 

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Handikapped said:
im guessing the engine is still there because 1. they dont have the tools to disassemble and reassemble the engine. 2. ferrari engines dont fit too well into camels. 3. do you know a way to lift a 1000 lb motor out thats still attatched and carry it down a street.....all in good fun though i was thinking the same thing, itd be cool in about a month were gonna see a video of some iraqi with a p.o.s. car held together by bondo and strawberry bubble yum cruising at 150.
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1-People in iraq don't necessarily ride around in camels, they do have cars there you know.
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3-there are many ways to take out the engine of a car and transport it, not that hard.

they could either sell it and make some money or do some kind of crazy project car with it.
 

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damn thats one nice ass ferrari
 
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