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Back by popular demand, 1971 Miura SV finished in 'bleu notte'.









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Cool car on ebay; Euro-spec 1995 E34 M5 3.8L Touring wagon in Orinoco, with some extras on it, US-legal: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/95-BM...item45f283502e
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Back by popular demand, 1971 Miura SV finished in 'bleu notte'.










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^I had a Silver Supra TT.....biggest mistake selling that car!

Regards.
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That Supra is awesome,Toyota should revive some of its old models, Supra and Spyder.
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Facel-Vega HK500 Coupé
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Facel II was a better car
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I don't think there has been any more beautifully tense (operative) design ever created, especially when viewed from the rear. I would like to know who the designers were and their biographies.

I saw 3 Audi R8s today while in Mayfair in London. A very nice deep burgundy/purple, a black one, and an utter monstrousity with chrome paint, so the whole thing looked like a mirror

I know it's small timer, but I hope to get a black Porsche cayman next summer, with either burgundy leather interior, or tan leather with a mahogany steering wheel (I'm not sure if this latter option exists)
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I know it's small timer, but I hope to get a black Porsche cayman next summer, with either burgundy leather interior, or tan leather with a mahogany steering wheel (I'm not sure if this latter option exists)

Not at all --- it's one of the best sports cars you can buy at any price today. They don't seem to have mahogany in their US configurator but their makassar wood is a dark brown-red stripey wood, and the steering wheel has its top and bottom covered in wood. I don't think I've yet seen a new Porsche with wood interior --- it does look good in the pictures.

--Andre
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Wonderful stiff as hell ride, corners like a train,but the body integrity is not up to par with the rest of Toyota cars.

I drove both and preferred styling and built quality of Nissan 300zx twin-turbo.
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I know it's small timer, but I hope to get a black Porsche cayman next summer, with either burgundy leather interior, or tan leather with a mahogany steering wheel (I'm not sure if this latter option exists)
A great car and nice color combo, nothing small timer about it at all.
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alfa montreal

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