• Jun 12th 2007 at 8:23AM
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Ferrari's newly-minted record isn't in jeopardy, but we bet the driver of the lone Ferrari was kicking pebbles while hanging out with the dude who brought the SLR. Okay, probably not. Pagani's frontal assault on the supercar world, powered by an AMG V12 must have made for some sweet sounds and beautiful sights as 13 of them rolled from Milan through Como Lake to Monte Carlo for the Third International Pagani Gathering. The three-day tour just wrapped up on June 10th, so some owners are likely still en route home.

We're going to put a Zonda on the Autoblog budget request for next year and see if it'll come through for us. Supercar culture is valuable research, so maybe it'd even be tax deductible, since we'd be using it for work. Some of the most exclusive Italian exotics on the market, Paganis are mesmerizing when there's just one. Thirteen in a row must have been cause to stand and stare for as long as you could, before they disappeared at the horizon's convergence point. The website Swiss Car Sightings has put together a gallery of 100-plus pieces of eye candy, so without further ado, Andiamo!

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      • 8 Years Ago
      If I was there I'm pretty sure I'd spontaneously combust into flames from the mere sight of 13 zondas in a row...
      • 8 Years Ago
      G'day from Oz,

      Wanna see how close I got to a Ferrari F1 marque? Have a look at the shot at http://david-mcmahon.blogspot.com/search/label/Ferrari

      The light was good and the sheen on the paintwork was amazing.


      David McMahon
      • 8 Years Ago
      Huh, looks like my driveway!

      ... I wish.
      • 8 Years Ago
      You guys may have been joking, so excuse me if it went over my head, but Pagani Zondas aren't street legal in the States, are they?
      • 8 Years Ago
      That must have been quite the symphony of exhaust notes. The pics (and cars) are gorgeous.

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