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Quote: Originally Posted by epb Yep, it's amazing how little space is in the Solstice. We've gotten by for weekend trips, but I'd take the Z4 M Coupe for a serious road-trip. Re. the convertible issue: some people would drive top down as long as it's not raining - dead of winter, blazing sun, whatever... Guilty. Sometimes top down even if it is raining. If you are moving at a reasonable clip you hardly get wet. Drove from Phonix to Tucson on...
Quote: Originally Posted by Bhowie I have had no Mantonians this week. Mantonians? I really should lurk more often, I am out of the loop. Sounds like either an Armenian upholsterer or a frightful ailment. Or not.
Quote: Originally Posted by A Y A short (2 minutes) documentary on the Nurburgring 24 hour race in 2010. Watch it in HD: IMPORTANT NOTICE: No media files are hosted on these forums. By clicking the link below you agree to view content from an external website. We can not be held responsible for the suitability or legality of this material. If the video does not play, wait a minute or try again later.       I AGREETIP: to embed Youtube clips, put...
Quote: Originally Posted by A Y I just peed my pants a little: http://adamcooperf1.com/2011/01/26/r...-drama-series/ SWEET ZOMBIE JESUS!
I was actually at the Gooding & Co in Scottsdale last Friday (watching not bidding ), there was a lovely 250 GT Lusso there. I managed to somehow completely miss the fact that there was a Miura up for sale until I saw it roll up on-stage. At least I got to stare at the oily bits of an FXX, F40, MC12 and F50 side by side. And I will be damned if the FXX does not sound ferocious. Speaking of which there was a lovely Maserati 3500GT that went for a single bid of $50000....
Quote: Originally Posted by Gt1Nick 21st century Breadvan. I dig. Yes! That is what will eventually win me over, I think. I love the eccentricity that Bizzarrini and Chiti baked (hurr hurr) in to the breadvan. Addendum: I think it is time we had another Bertone design. I have become rather fond of the 308GTB4 and its angularity for some strange reason.
Quote: Originally Posted by jules Hi all , I'm thinking of buying a pair of RM Stockman boots in chestnut but can't decide on the leather, either the standard yearling or kangaroo leather , does anybody have the kangaroo leather stockmans and possibly a picture of them ? Here you go http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...&postcount=990
Quote: Originally Posted by Ged http://www.rmwilliams.com.au/home.as...ECD6850AE70656 This is a picture of the cinnamon in the Aspley slide but it comes in Craftsman too. Ged Great, thank you. Found Spice, too ( http://www.rmwilliams.com.au/home.as...ECD6850AE70656 ) but not spice suede.
Quote: Originally Posted by Ged The new Cinnamon colour yearling is very nice indeed. A bit like EG Edwardian. Everyone should have a look at the new catalogue. I'm thinking of getting a pair. Ged Any pics? Also, no one seems to have any info for this - any idea what colour "spice suede" is in real life?
Quote: Originally Posted by patrick_b I decided to get a Vibram half sole installed (the very common Vibram 2337) on my Yearling Craftsman. I started with the black pair and will drop off the chestnut pair as well. I always hated getting stuck in rain storms when traveling and this should allow me to wear them into the bad weather here in the northeast. Obviously they aren't snow boots, but my work consists of parking in a parking garage and walking a...
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