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I wish. Just got back from the North American debut at the Gooding auction at Pebble Beach. I'll try to get more photos of it on Sunday. Ellison's F1 is up for auction.
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The color is great, and I can see why your wife wanted the same!
Silver is my favorite color on vehicles, all of mine are silver.
post #1653 of 26282
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Ellison's F1 is up for auction.


Why would a billionaire sell one of the rarest and most respected cars in history?
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Why would a billionaire sell one of the rarest and most respected cars in history?

Maybe he needs cash to pay some mortgage bills.
post #1655 of 26282
Ditto, though my next car will be black
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Silver is my favorite color on vehicles, all of mine are silver.
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silver is the dockers khaki of car colors
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silver is the dockers khaki of car colors

No, that would be white.
post #1658 of 26282
white is the new silver which was the new white
post #1659 of 26282
I'd go for black or orange
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I'd go for black or orange
My last two cars were black, and hard as heck to keep clean. I still like black, but now prefer silver.
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Maybe he needs cash to pay some mortgage bills.

The F1 is something any billionaire car collector should have. It would be absolutely plebeian to not have it. You might as well auction off your 250 GTO, dignity, and penis while you're at it.
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white is the new silver which was the new white

I remember hunter green Ford Tauruses being popular in the early 90s. Where do they fit in? Some of them were f'in super high output. That's better than high output.
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anyone drive the Nissan GTR R35? any feedback? i just did a walkaround/sit-in the other day and am starting to get seriously obsessed (although the interior fit and finish is disappointing)
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anyone drive the Nissan GTR R35? any feedback? i just did a walkaround/sit-in the other day and am starting to get seriously obsessed (although the interior fit and finish is disappointing)

I used to have a Nissan and when I took it to a local dealership in Atlanta, I saw a GTR in the lot. I never test drove it but the interior was comical. Driving it from what I've (and I'm sure you've) heard is supposed to be like on rails, but the interior was an absolute joke befitting a 17 year old's Civic job funded by shweet cash from McDonalds. As fast as the car might be, I can't take it seriously because of how it looks inside. Call me shallow.
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^ja, that is pretty much my impression. the interior is a big deal for me, and i don't know if i could stand the GTR's for 5+ years. is the performance huge enough to overlook it, though? my next car purchase is about 9 months away so i don't really know what i'm doing obsessing over this crap now...
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