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post #21061 of 26361
Dat ZHP!

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post #21062 of 26361
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Originally Posted by mike1445 View Post

C6 RS6 Avant: grew up with a girl whose father worked for Audi so I always had an eye on their S/RS offerings



Why not a C7, they are faster and more reliable?



I'm rubbish at the whole dream car/perfect garage thing, as it changes from day to day and I can't make up my mind.

LWB Range Rover

RS7/F12/S63 coupe

Pagani Huayra

Vintage: Citroen ID19, Nissan C10 GTR, Alfa Junior, Singer 964 (dat spinneybeck leather), Merc Se convertible.
post #21063 of 26361
At school my dream cars were the "Ferrari" Dino and Maserati Sebring, later on the Porsche 928.

Having owned a few classic cars including one of my dream cars I am now inoculated against them. The may have character but they are slower, have worse brakes, less comfort, poorer reliability than a modern car from the same company. To me classic cars now only have value as financial assets and I do not have enough loose change to tie it up in a pretty car I will not drive.
post #21064 of 26361
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Why not a C7, they are faster and more reliable.
Aesthetics, prefer the smoother shape but I'd happily take the batwagon
post #21065 of 26361
The 4G is in general a much better looking car, if you ask me. It has so much more presence even in the stock non s-line trim.
post #21066 of 26361
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The 4G is in general a much better looking car, if you ask me. It has so much more presence even in the stock non s-line trim.

interior is a whole new animal in the C7, too. 

post #21067 of 26361
The 250 California has been mentioned. No Bentley Blower or Auto Union Type C/D fans here? Pathetic fantasies you have.
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I'm working on that new money, I had to google image to know what you were talking about

 

 

post #21069 of 26361
The double rear wheel hillclimb Type D is for posers. Would only get the single rear wheel GP model.
post #21070 of 26361
I would put those on the list, but I can't seem to find a SF approved helmet and goggles
post #21071 of 26361
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Originally Posted by ramuman View Post

The 250 California has been mentioned. No Bentley Blower or Auto Union Type C/D fans here? Pathetic fantasies you have.

You can't really drive the later two around, so what is point of having them, I've never really understood the owning cars just to look at them thing.

If we are buying cars for museum'esuqe setups the Alfa 33 stradale needs to be on my list.
post #21072 of 26361
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

You can't really drive the later two around, so what is point of having them, I've never really understood the owning cars just to look at them thing.

If we are buying cars for museum'esuqe setups the Alfa 33 stradale needs to be on my list.

False, this is the ramuman DDing his Type D:

post #21073 of 26361
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

I would put those on the list, but I can't seem to find a SF approved helmet and goggles

Steed and Rubinacci will make a set for you if you've purchased 10 or more suits from them. I'm told vox (RIP) and foo.gif can attest to that.
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I would put those on the list, but I can't seem to find a SF approved helmet and goggles

Bell Bullitt with bubble lens gets my vote

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