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Then there was the Alfa Romeo Scarabeo—a steel-gray rocket on four wheels. Equipped with 174 hp, it can do 150 mph, has a liftable glass top for an entrance and looks as if it had been chopped off by a guillotine behind the seats. In production, its price would exceed $20,000. A faster car, the Maserati Ghibli, has a top speed of 180 mph and has gone into production. It will be available at $17,500.
In the search for new ideas, Ferrari so far has come up with the most practical: in its three-seater, the driver's seat is in the middle. The model, called 365-P, is basically a 275LM racing car with 440 hp and can reach 175 mph. Ferrari Salesman Dave Lewis sold that one for $60,000 to a New York businessman who got his bid in just in time to shut out the Shah of Iran.
On the 152-yard third hole, Roderick dropped his tee shot into the pond in front of the green. So he took the two-shot penalty, returned to the tee and lifted a five-iron shot into the cup.
Something like 25,000 sandhill cranes and an equal number of ducks settled down on the Canadian prairie near Last Mountain Lake in Saskatchewan and not one of several hundred hunters dared raise a gun against them.
The cranes and the ducks had a guest, a whooping crane, one of about 50 left in the world, and when he was spotted the region was closed to hunters.