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Okay, fine, "en fuego" is Spanish for "on fire" rather than Italian. But "Gallardo" is Spanish, as is "San Jose." Heck, the Spaniards even named California. And while "Oakland" and "Athletics" are certainly of the English lexicon, some A's-type's girlfriend was cruising around San Jose in her man's G-Spyder when the thing pulled a Spinal-Tap drummer and spontaneously combusted. More toasty-roasty 'Ghini doused by the water spout after the jump. [Thanks to April for the tip and photos. Additional info may be e-mailed to us or posted in the comments.]

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