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"Beauty&the Beast-beautiful, but unreliable GT"
by 456V12 from Concord NH | April 24, 2007
I've put 15k miles on my 456A. I love it. And hate it! The drive, handling, and road feel are beautiful. 5 minutes driving it and all is forgiven! And there's much that needs to be forgiven - windows that get stuck, electric seats that fail, an air-conditioner that is moody, leather surfaces that have seperated, etc. But a 400+ horse V-12 can soothe the pain of ownership!