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post #121 of 222
i generally loathe corvettes......but i like this one just the way it is...
post #122 of 222
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
Huntsman, I can appreciate that you have your own likes in cars, and celebrate on, brother, but that Lister is horrendous, as are most tuner cars from that era (or in general)...
Haha, yeah well. I don't think we ever actually agree on anything, so it stands to reason.
post #123 of 222
I was once walking around Ogikubo in Tokyo, looking for Spoon Sports (Honda fan boy days) and next to Spoon is one of those Japanese used car dealers that deals in European 'complete' tuner cars, they had a gaggle of Alpina BMWs of various ages, dating back to like a first-generation 5-series biturbo, which are among the rare tuner cars that actually still look good over time.... but they were definitely not moving many of the huge widebody twin turbo Koenig MB's and Ferraris they had, which are pretty much akin to that Lister - because they're flat out ugly and a shame.
post #124 of 222
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
I was once walking around Ogikubo in Tokyo, looking for Spoon Sports (Honda fan boy days) and next to Spoon is one of those Japanese used car dealers that deals in European 'complete' tuner cars, they had a gaggle of Alpina BMWs of various ages, dating back to like a first-generation 5-series biturbo, which are among the rare tuner cars that actually still look good over time.... but they were definitely not moving many of the huge widebody twin turbo Koenig MB's and Ferraris they had, which are pretty much akin to that Lister - because they're flat out ugly and a shame.
Well, like I said. I don't know who Koenig is, but of course I know Alpina. What do you like? Post some pics, hmmm?
post #125 of 222
I like most (or a lot) of the cars in this thread. I'm pretty sure a lot of people would honestly consider murder for the first 3 cars zjp83 posted. Now that the blue Miura has been posted, this thread doesn't really need a lot more, but if I could add a car that hasn't been posted yet, I like the Isuzu 117 Coupe: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isuzu_117_Coupe Beyond what wikipedia says, this car has a nice little history around it, pre-GM deal, kind of heartwarming to know all of what went down for this car. It's kind of comparable to a Fiat 124 Sport coupe I guess, but I think the 117 would be nicer to have, especially a handbuilt one. I've always though the trunklid was interesting:
post #126 of 222
Still a fan of the later E34 cars (which I've owned one of, and would like to have again someday)
post #127 of 222
yahoo! japan used cars is pretty fun to click away on, even if you can't read Japanese. It's not terribly hard to figure out. Also pretty surprising when you do figure it out, because they have all of the 'good' models, and a lot of the older cars are surprisingly cheap, for what they are - a ton of awesome all-original low-mileage cars of different ages. 25 years and older and you can bring it to America as a 'vintage' exemption. http://ucar.autos.yahoo.co.jp/
post #128 of 222
Not the best looking car - but undoubtedly cool, an original AMG Hammer with 21,000km's on the clock, for about $60K: (this thing cost like $300K in Japan when new) http://ucar.autos.yahoo.co.jp/detail...00CU0003804814
post #129 of 222
I don't think there were many of these made, the AMG SL70 with the 7.1L V12. It's also one of those cars that isn't all-time great looking or anything, but I like stuff from this era. http://ucar.autos.yahoo.co.jp/detail...00CU0005505521
post #130 of 222
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300 SEL AMG 6.3/6.8




oh noooo you didnt...love it
post #131 of 222
Really like the Alfa Brera as well, forgot about that one.
post #132 of 222
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
It's also one of those cars that isn't all-time great looking or anything, but I like stuff from this era.

I really like this generation of the SL. A neighbor has one that I admire every time I see it.
post #133 of 222
I'm new here, but I think I'm on the right page.
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That red vintage Aston is sooo huggable./\\



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