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LabelKing: I found you a car

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http://cgi.liveauctions.ebay.com/220...spagenameZWDVW
post #2 of 19
That is very much a LK car.

....the interior is kind of neat, especially for a car of that era.
post #3 of 19
That's a nice car--discreet enough not to be instantly recognizable by the masses, but flamboyant enough to be distinctive.

Pininfarina made a prototype of the Mercedes SL as well:

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That's a nice car--discreet enough not to be instantly recognizable by the masses, but flamboyant enough to be distinctive.

Pininfarina made a prototype of the Mercedes SL as well:

Now that's a beautiful car.
post #5 of 19
I've never seen a more phallic-looking shifter.
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I've never seen this prototype before. This car is just incredibly beautiful.
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I've never seen a more phallic-looking shifter.

It's to suggest unspeakable things to the woman sitting in the next seat.
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I've never seen a more phallic-looking shifter.
It's a Ferrari....the shifter has to compensate for what the owner doesn't have.
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It's a Ferrari....the shifter has to compensate for what the owner doesn't have.

post #10 of 19
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Ghia Cadillac


Ghia Chrysler


Pinin Farina Cadillac
post #11 of 19
Both the Ghia's are beauitful....especially the Cadillac creation.
post #12 of 19
[quote=texas_jack;1059238]Ghia Cadillac


WOW, that...is...beautiful!
post #13 of 19
I've always been fascinated by the uniquely ornate Chrysler Imperial limousines done by Ghia:



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That's a nice car--discreet enough not to be instantly recognizable by the masses, but flamboyant enough to be distinctive.

Not to mention extremely expensive to service / own. Plus the almost-new (i.e. hardly used) leather from the now defunct Connolly adds to the charm.

Jon.
post #15 of 19
Then, of course, when you wake up in the middle of the night and can't find your way to the bathroom:

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