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Zagato Sportscar Blows Girl's Skirt Up with its V8 Exhaust

Have you noticed there's been a shift in what women say they want in a guy? Right after we've all mastered the handbrake turn and one-armed pull-up, they all suddenly decided a beer belly and family minivan are great too.
Zagato Sportscar Blows Girl's Skirt Up with V8 Exhaust 1 photo
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They may possess the honey pot, but they don't make the rules. Revenge will always taste sweet, and we can't think of anything more mature than blowing up a girl's skirt with the exhaust of a car.

The model in question is called the AC 378 GT by Zagato, designed by the Italians and built in South Africa by Hi-Tech Automotive. It was unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, not that it would have any relevance in this story.

Perhaps we should tell you that the hot exhaust gasses originate from a 437 horsepower version of the 6.2-liter Camaro V8. It's not a lot by today's standards, especially in a heavy 1.5-ton coupe. But the aural experience is decent, just what you'd expect from an American motor.

The short video shot in Cape Town seems to suggest this woman is the victim of a prank. As she unsuspectingly walks past a silver Ferrari, the Zagato's owner revs the engine and blows her skirt up.

It's like a slightly less sexy modern version of the subway vent scene from The Seven Year Itch, where Marilyn Monroe nearly has her naughty bits exposed. But we think the video is staged. The camera man points his lens at the girl before anything happens, so he's in on the plan of action. In addition, she's standing at exactly the right spot next to the exhaust pipe, even though it's kind of out of the way.

If you're going to stage a film where you blow girls' clothes off with cars, why not get a better vid camera? Maybe somebody can figure out a way to make this into a lucrative and extremely weird fetish. After all, some girls make money filming themselves walking on fruit or squeezing balloons.

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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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