Discussion in 'General' started by antec900, 24 Aug 2009.
Ginetta G4. Just so beautiful.
Oh wow. It really is. [beautiful]
you win. that is stunning.
Caterham Levante, more exclusive than an atom 500 plus its porn on wheels.
I also wouldn't mind the John Dodd beast mk2, you may laugh at it, but can anybody say 27l V12 Merlin engine, with 429 bhp/ton?
Or Peter Wheelers TVR 5000M, which was the last car to be built at TVR's Blackpool factory, its just too beautiful to be described:
I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder but i really can not describe that TVR as remotely beautiful. It looks like a run over frog that's been beaten with the ugly stick.
A TVR Sagaris to me is the epitome of a supercar:
Overstyled to the point of perversion
Not PC at all
Hence, i would want one.
The Koenigsegg CCX beats that.
And it's even more dangerous to boot.
Aside from the usaul DB9s and lambos my dream car is one that is slightly more achievable. The Noble M400: (think this is just a pic of a m12 gto)
The M600 would be top of my list for sure if it had a rear spoiler (just think it needs one), and didn't cost 200k, but I guess it is the "dream car" thread, and one can always dream.
The only Ferrari I've ever actually wanted.
Aston Martin DB9.
The problem is, most people who own (can afford) Astons drive them like undertakers.
I prefer a car I can use as a daily driver where it doesn't wreck the engine, doesn't get under 20mpg, rides comfortably on non-racetrack roads, doesn't require outrageous maintenance, is reliable, extremely powerful and handles amazing.
Aston Martin DB5
(so long as I can keep my current car for the commute)
Is it a dream car if I can actually buy one (ignoring how wreckless it'd be)?
Morris Minor Traveller with a Ford Duratec lump in it.
This Morris Traveller has been re-powered:
Nice engine and looks right.
Or a Chevy?
I'd have to say an NSX, RX7 bathurst type-R or Nismo 400R
there are probably faster, more powerful cars, or better looking ones, but these have something that is insane about them - they are marvelous technology tamed to deliver while driving
That's the one from Ferris Bueller's Day Off isn't it? Crackin' film, though I thought one of these would be more up your street.
1969 Camaro SS
I dunno, American muscle has always been my favourite cars.
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