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Steve the Settler’s Italian Targa . . Steve is called The Settler for three reasons: 1) clever Steve can settle any problem he encounters, 2) If you’re disloyal to Steve, he will settle it (…) and 3) Steve has an empire of 12 houses (call them resorts) and over 10.000 people working for him. Strangely, the annual accounting reports from his business never show more than 10 employees and a $ 250.000 turnover. Nonetheless, this Italian Targa already costs $ 300.000! It has a smooth targa system, that allows Steve to ride either with or without the targa roof. Below the functionality is shown. The body was designed by Stola (amongst others known from the Abarth Monotipo and the Maybach Exelero) and fitted on a F430 Ferrari chassis. The color? Ferrari Giallo – Ferrari yellow. Yeah, Steve always makes sure heads are turned – either by being looked at or for settling things, remember? This picture shows the gauge cluster Steve is looking at: The double exhaust comes as an option and is also used on the Lamborghini Murciélago: With the targe top off: Impressive front, don't you think? (Steve does) Demonstration of the targa top: Thanks for watching!

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