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And now on to what might be the single most beautiful vehicle I’ve ever been lucky enough to check out. It’s a Pagani Huayra, a car which in today’s market is broadly comparable to what Lamborghini did with the introduction of the Miura in the ‘60’s. Though not the fastest car in the world, despite a top speed of 230 mph, it may be the most artistic. Every detail seems like a sculpture in and of itself, right down to each titanium bolt being etched with the Pagani logo. 
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carsandetc:

And now on to what might be the single most beautiful vehicle I’ve ever been lucky enough to check out. It’s a Pagani Huayra, a car which in today’s market is broadly comparable to what Lamborghini did with the introduction of the Miura in the ‘60’s. Though not the fastest car in the world, despite a top speed of 230 mph, it may be the most artistic. Every detail seems like a sculpture in and of itself, right down to each titanium bolt being etched with the Pagani logo. 
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carsandetc:

And now on to what might be the single most beautiful vehicle I’ve ever been lucky enough to check out. It’s a Pagani Huayra, a car which in today’s market is broadly comparable to what Lamborghini did with the introduction of the Miura in the ‘60’s. Though not the fastest car in the world, despite a top speed of 230 mph, it may be the most artistic. Every detail seems like a sculpture in and of itself, right down to each titanium bolt being etched with the Pagani logo. 
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carsandetc:

And now on to what might be the single most beautiful vehicle I’ve ever been lucky enough to check out. It’s a Pagani Huayra, a car which in today’s market is broadly comparable to what Lamborghini did with the introduction of the Miura in the ‘60’s. Though not the fastest car in the world, despite a top speed of 230 mph, it may be the most artistic. Every detail seems like a sculpture in and of itself, right down to each titanium bolt being etched with the Pagani logo. 
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carsandetc:

And now on to what might be the single most beautiful vehicle I’ve ever been lucky enough to check out. It’s a Pagani Huayra, a car which in today’s market is broadly comparable to what Lamborghini did with the introduction of the Miura in the ‘60’s. Though not the fastest car in the world, despite a top speed of 230 mph, it may be the most artistic. Every detail seems like a sculpture in and of itself, right down to each titanium bolt being etched with the Pagani logo. 
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carsandetc:

And now on to what might be the single most beautiful vehicle I’ve ever been lucky enough to check out. It’s a Pagani Huayra, a car which in today’s market is broadly comparable to what Lamborghini did with the introduction of the Miura in the ‘60’s. Though not the fastest car in the world, despite a top speed of 230 mph, it may be the most artistic. Every detail seems like a sculpture in and of itself, right down to each titanium bolt being etched with the Pagani logo. 

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This aquamanile (a vessel used for ritual hand-washing) is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Dating from the southern Netherlands or eastern France, circa 1400, it depicts Aristotle allowing himself to be humiliated by Phyllis, supposedly a favorite courtesan of his student, Alexander. According to a popular morality tale from the later Middle Ages, Aristotle was teaching Alexander a lesson about the dangers of feminine wiles.

Or the pleasures of succumbing to feminine wiles…;-)

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