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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by DuffFutureofIreland, Jan 25, 2006.
#3 BMW M6
#2 Porsche 911
#1 Volkswagen VW T1 Samba
Until recently, it is not allowed in the US. I saw one for sale in Japan last year.
Just a fact about Porsche. Did you know when the first 911 was set to come out it was goin to be known as the 901 and was even printed in the brochures for the cars until Peugoet noticed because they had copyrighted names with 3 numbers with the '0' in the middle so porsche had to change to 911....
E Type Jag
Covertible Mini Cooper
Aston Martin Vanquish
Looks like the car Mr.Bean drove...
Range Rover Sport
You gigantic queer. Are you a hairdresser?
my good friend has one. hes got full turboback exhaust, a FMIC, an insane custom suspension, front and rear sway bars, a few other little things and flashed the ECU. its probably got about 350+ hp (at the wheels).
its piss your pants fast, and i swear to god that the thing is on rails around corners.
as for me... my list would be as follows.
nissan skyline gtr34
and, what is soon going to be a project of mine...
a 1999 subaru impreza RS
whats that you say? an impreza RS?
yes. an impreza RS. (with an STi engine and transmission. its great, it all bolts right in. its ********ing awesome)
Do you know the 2nd hand selling price?
Do you know how much they go for in France?
Do you know how much 'chatte' you can get in Les Ulis with one of those?
Well, common sense says if you can afford the car, you can afford a $2K paint job.
Who cares about money, these are dream cars.
You can nonce around in your "mini" and I'll drive around in my F-40...we'll see how much 'chatte' each one gets.
I'll ditto Ganu's E-Type Jag, which has always been an ideal in my mind.
After growing up watching reruns of the "Desert Rats" as a kid, I always wanted a car with a machine gun mount. In the modern context, the Humvee is sweet.
Finally, I've gotta get me one of these
ord V-10 New 365hp W/5-Speed Trans, Houdini Willow, Taupe Mist Ext Paint, Maple Cabinets, 2 x Roof A/C's, 5.5 Onan Generator, Glass Shower Door, Fabric Recliner IPO Barrel Chair, Convenience Package, 2nd Aux Battery, Outside Shower, Heated Remote Mirrors, Luxor Leather Driver/Passenger Seats, Day/Night Blinds, Back-Up Camera, Spare Tire and Rim, Quilted Innerspring Mattress,
Built in Color TV in Living Room, Ducted Through Ceiling A/C, TV Cabinet & Jack Bedroom, Solid Raised Oak Cabinetry, Full Length Awning, Quilted Bed Spread, Am/Fm CD Stereo Satellite Ready w/4 Speakers, Microwave Oven, Gas Oven, Gas Electric Electronic Ignition Water Heater, Large Two Door Refrigerator, Skylight Over Bath, Mud Flaps, Roof Ladder, Electric Step, Trailer Hitch, Freight and Dealer Prep
Honorable mention: Any 1950's limo, glossy black, loaded with chrome.
I need a second alternate
This Toyota Celica is about as pretty a car as I have seen.
Also, all of my dream cars should have numbers on the doors.
I have MANY dream cars but here are my top 3.
#1 Ferrari 330 P4
#2 1958 Ferrari 250 Testarossa
#3 1967 Alfa Romeo tipo 33 Stradale
I like the mini. Even though the cooper S is way better than the convertible. And if you live in a city, the mini will be way better than any other sportive car.
Anyways, here is my number 4:
I cannot believe that we went from GianPaolo's selections to that. You make me very, very sad.
I might go with this car instead...
Well, I am not into Italian cars ;-)
Toyota Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab (red). Oh yeah with a shell and Yakima/Thule racks.
Mercedes Benz CLS55 AMG (either black or silver).
• New Jeep Hurricane concept vehicle. If this ever actually comes out, I'll beg/borrow/steal to get this.
• First generation ('67-'69) RS/SS 454 Camaro. Preferably black with white racing stripes.
• McLaren F1.
-- Shelby Cobra. Not the mustang, the real Cobra. Blue with white racing stripes. All original. None of this kit car/newly made crap.
-- I saw a wickedly sweet pickup down in Orlando. It was Ford, looked like a 4-door, extended bed, step-up nerf bars and was a diesel. MASSIVE truck. It looked like the damn frame was built from steel construction beams.
-- Suzuki Hayabusa. Not a car, but still ...
Jaguar XKE roadster (this one is a 1969, but I'd prefer the '67).
1966 Covette Sting Ray convertible
1966 Shelby Cobra 427SC roadster
Alternate: Range Rover Sport
'63 Stingray, Split Window.
An original Model T.
1956 Jaguar XK140
I break my 3 dream cars into 3 categories.
1. Car I will never own:
Ferrari F40. Surprised no one else mentioned this one!
2. Car I might be able to afford when I'm retired:
Nissan Skyline GT-R, any generation would do. Here is an R34.
3. Cars I will be able to afford in the next 5 years:
Mitsubishi Evolution. The Subaru Impreza STI comes in close 2nd!
you wont go 2 minutes without seeing one here
absolutely everywhere, every man and his dog has one
evos are nice, but its a shame that mitsu, 1.) is having such problems, but more importantly, 2.) built them so close to the edge. the evos, stock, are pretty close to what the stock components can handle. the subarus have a lot more "play" built in. the evos are a LOT less reliable, which is unfortunate. a lot of people think theyre a lot less ugly than the subies.
ok, so you live in japan or australia or something and those cars arent a big deal. doesnt mean theyre not nice cars.