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96 Nissan Altima GLE
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

1994 Toyota Corolla...

It's a classic.
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Black 2010 Audi A5 Coupe
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Cool. I see five convertibles for every coupe I see.

I don't think I'll ever love a car the way I do my XJ-S.



~H

awesome photo.

-LR
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^^such an awesome pic
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Yeah those are pretty sweet. If I didn't already have to many 2 seaters I would get one of these. Yes I know it technically has a back seat but only for midgets.
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It's not that bad actually! That car has somewhere around 80 bhp and weighs in at under 1200 kg, so it's rather cheap. A 2008 with 30k miles on it (some might have lower and some higher, but this seemed to be a typical ad) is going to cost you $30k. Not too bad (for being Norway, that is) Huntsman: Love that XJ-S.
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awesome photo. -LR
Thanks, guys. I tried to duplicate it with my new car (not that I'll ever sell my Jag), but it just doesn't work the same -- nothing has made me feel as good as the Jag does. ~ H
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Just purchased my first car a week ago!
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Hi all! I'm new to styleforum. I drive a 98 Lexus GS300.
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driving experience
There are two (2) major ways to describe the adventurous experienced of RICHARD PETTY DRIVING IN NASCAR RACING:
a.\t The first is a RIDE ALONG EXPERIENCE. You'll ride in a two (2) Set NASCAR Style Stock Car driven by a well trained driving INSTRUCTOR. The car will do a three (3) LAP qualifying heat and run up to 165mph (miles per hour).


And thoughts on whether or not the Bertil Roos Racing School would be a good birthday gift for my father?
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Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
Bangin, this is definitely the front runner for our next sedan.
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Really? They look great, sound great, but the $50K jackup from the 550 to this really not that worth it IMO.
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Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
Gots to pay to play Son!!! No, seriously, off the lot depreciation is significant one these so if you can find a gently used on you can recoup a lot of that premium.
TC, drive the S600 before you get the S63. There is no substitute for the low end torque of that 12....esp when the blowers kick in. Its pure bliss. Also the 600 doesnt have the premium of the 65, esp one with 15k miles on it...a hidden gem . PM if you wish, be happy to discuss it. Regards.
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TC, drive the S600 before you get the S63. There is no substitute for the low end torque of that 12....esp when the blowers kick in. Its pure bliss. Also the 600 doesnt have the premium of the 65, esp one with 15k miles on it...a hidden gem . PM if you wish, be happy to discuss it. Regards.
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TC, drive the S600 before you get the S63. There is no substitute for the low end torque of that 12....esp when the blowers kick in. Its pure bliss. Also the 600 doesnt have the premium of the 65, esp one with 15k miles on it...a hidden gem . PM if you wish, be happy to discuss it.

Regards.

do you have an S600?

-LR
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Originally Posted by Shikar View Post
TC, drive the S600 before you get the S63. There is no substitute for the low end torque of that 12....esp when the blowers kick in. Its pure bliss. Also the 600 doesnt have the premium of the 65, esp one with 15k miles on it...a hidden gem . PM if you wish, be happy to discuss it.

Regards.

Thanks. I hear ya, those used 12s represent tremendous value. In the end, it's my wife's call since it will be her primary. She stumbled upon a CL63 when she was at A Rod having the CLS serviced last week and now she's all about that one. Frankly I find the 5.5L to be adequate for our purposes. LOL
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2010 Bentley Flying Spur Speed here in London.

Back home in LA, I own a '08 DB9 Volante, a '10 G55 AMG, and a '10 v12 760li.
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2010 Bentley Flying Spur Sport here in London.

Back home in LA, I own a '08 DB9 Volante, a '10 G55 AMG, and a '10 v12 760li.

Baller. Any pics?
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Baller. Any pics?

I'd love to. I'll take pics tomorrow.
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