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darinzon
post pictures of cars you really like at the moment. don't make like eight posts in a row. at least try not to.

here we go.
Razor
Late-1980s Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Evolution. WANT.


2008 Volkswagen R32. WANT.
nismo
johnny.msyl.25


The new Mazda 6. Mmm...
Razor
QUOTE(johnny.msyl.25 @ Aug 17 2008, 12:59 AM) *
The new Mazda 6. Mmm...


That is a Corvette. tongue.gif

Owned by anti-hotlink.


And nismo, what is that?
nismo
A JDM Odyssey. It has a 6666 Customs aerokit

http://www.tra-kyoto.com/no6/rb1/rb1.htm
Razor
QUOTE(nismo @ Aug 17 2008, 01:18 AM) *
A JDM Odyssey. It has a 6666 Customs aerokit

http://www.tra-kyoto.com/no6/rb1/rb1.htm


Wow. Never again will there ever be a minivan that I second-look like I did there. tongue.gif
dukenukem
Pagani Zonda F


Nissan Skyline GTR Z tune


1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
b0mb3r
I want the new scirocco......... why can't they be nice and sell it here?
moe
At this very moment, the E-type coupe. I'd never been a big fan of the coupe until now...I strangely always appreciated the roadster more.

fiber optic

If I had to buy a new car today it would be a Trailblazer SS.
Phix
Wow, fiber... wow.
fiber optic
QUOTE(Phix @ Aug 17 2008, 09:27 PM) *
Wow, fiber... wow.


Watt?
clarkma5
There's actually nothing I'm really hounding after right now. I'm awaiting the 370Z's debut here in the next month or two to see how that's gonna look.

Outside of the new 370, I saw a couple clean 240Zs on the road this weekend that reminded me just how good they look:



And I'm quite interested in seeing the Solstice Coupe when it comes out:



But yeah, not really obsessing over anything at the moment like I normally do.
Razor
QUOTE(clarkma5 @ Aug 18 2008, 12:18 AM) *


Probably one of the best looking American cars of all time.
moe
QUOTE(fiber optic @ Aug 18 2008, 05:25 AM) *
If I had to buy a new car today it would be a Trailblazer SS.


It's not a Ford! Have you looked at the Edge? Not as exciting, but very well rounded, and attractive too.

QUOTE(Razor @ Aug 18 2008, 07:37 AM) *
Probably one of the best looking American cars of all time.


Amen.
duality
rather fond of this one:

darinzon
Synesthesia
^What the hell is that? It looks fantastic!
clarkma5
Renault R5 Turbo 2
Ozi

[img]http://bp3.blogger.com/_X7-LdD8PMXU/R7xhOWf0WYI/AAAAAAAAAjU/YRauycZxlKw/s320/recep%20ivedik[/img]
FIAT 126 BIS *EDIT found it
The red car on the left. I am still trying to figure out what it is. I watched the movie and I fell in love the with the car. It is FiAT
Phix
Looks like the start of a porno.
duality
lmao..so true.
GTR
Overall, I'd go for the Datsun/Nissan 260Z. It's a pretty solid car.
Ozi
QUOTE(Phix @ Aug 19 2008, 12:49 PM) *
Looks like the start of a porno.


haha so true. Never saw it that way. Anyways, it is from a movie.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1193516/
fiber optic

Austin-Healey 3000

I've got a thing for old British sports cars.
clarkma5
Thought of another one that's been on my mind...I'll be made fun of for it, but it's just that I think it's really unique and well done.

moe
Nothing wrong with that, my friends and I were just discussing how cool it was last night.
Mitlov
I'm really digging the 2009 WRX right now. Considering how much I hated the only Subaru I've ever owned, and how I declared the 2008 WRX to be a bucketload of fail, that's remarkable.

clarkma5
^^ I've actually had the original bug-eye on my mind more too. Thinking RallyCross would be fun to try if I had the time and money...
fiber optic

I don't know how I forgot about this.
clarkma5
You're welcome, fiber.

My favorite ferrari is the 360 (I know I'm posting too much, but I've spent the last hour perusing Autotrader out of boredom and my head is full of cars). Has to be a coupe, though, and no F1 tranny and I'm sick of red and black.
Bjorn
Ive desperately wanted a current STI since I first saw the reveal. More so since I watched the WRC car in action. If I had a steady pay cheque I would beg my bank manager for a loan.



And I have wanted to get my hands on a 997 GT3 since it came out. Beautiful lines, capable as anything, just mad enough to keep me happy, but comfortable enough to use every day. I ache when I think about this car. Kinda interested to see if there will be a Mk. II 997 GT3, but am utterly at a loss for how they could improve on this car.
moe


Car of the moment for me. Beautiful inside and out, and quite capable according to the reviews.



It's quite common here in Saudi, and whilst I've often accused it of being an over sized Camry, it's understated elegance has really grown on me.
clarkma5
Moe you're boring.
moe
My back hurts from driving a lot today, I'm thinking thoughts of comfortable cars right now.
darinzon
back to the '70's

Halflifehavock13

It's a Bucciali. I saw one at the Course D'elegance last year and it completely enamored me. The crazy thing is it is available in a v8 but it's fwd.

The other would be this:

It's a Duesenberg SJ Mormon Meteor Speedster. $5 million dollar car and one of, if not the best looking american cars ever built.
clarkma5
QUOTE(darinzon @ Aug 22 2008, 01:03 AM) *

That reminds me:




1976 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 chassis #0006X. The very last Carrera RSR ever made. It was a custom one-off ordered by a customer who had crashed his previous RSR...Porsche had stopped building the RSR by then and was on to the 934, but this guy wanted a new RSR so Porsche made this one. It's even wider than the RSR was in the back because it used 934 suspension. 3.0 liter 355 HP MFI ITB'd air-cooled racing flat 6 = thumbs_up.gif . Also weighed somewhere just north of 2,000 pounds.
darinzon
oh my god..
moe
Wow Cockma...I'm going to need new pants.

Also...

darinzon
John Potts
twin turbo viper


WANT
Bjorn


as soon as things calm down and I start making decent money again I'm headin to California finding a rust free chassis with an engine that can get me back to Canada, and drivin back. (a 914-4 of course, 914-6s are freakin expensive)
RallyCat909
QUOTE(darinzon @ Aug 25 2008, 10:05 AM) *



darizon, I think we are on the same wavelength, homey.




darinzon
hell yeah.

now, a little twist

Razor
infinity
Synesthesia
What's the story with the Celica, Razor?
Razor
It was the 1997 Pikes Peak Hillclimb Special Celica GT driven by Rod Millen. It set a time of 10:04.54 during the 1997 Pikes Peak Hillclimb.
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