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note: don't wear boots and drive a Lotus.
This.
post #347 of 445
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This.

the truth. =)
post #348 of 445
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I ran across this in London a few months back. Found the photo cleaning out my computer.


If I saw this while driving, I would've ended up like the guy in the Lotus.
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^^^yeah i had no idea the thing was so beautiful from that angle can really see the bugatti pedigree: it's no type 57, but the ghost is there
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My block consists of high-end restaurants, a luxury high-rise condo home to at least one Grammy-winning country starlet, and my crappy building. Nevertheless, the valet stand next door means there is always something cool parked outside. A few of last week's winners:


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Oh, that 911 is just awesome!
post #353 of 445
^^ There was some sort of meet going on in town, classic Porsches all over the place. All concours condition. The Karmann Ghia is a friends.
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I saw a white Bentley Continental GT in SoHo with the license plate "BIGCLSR." My friends and I started laughing and commented that he should've dropped the "C." "Big Loser" would've been more appropriate for the d-bag driving the car.
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From my apartment window:


And I envision you sipping a '97 brunello... looking down and smirking.
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Oh, that 911 is just awesome!

That VW Kharman Ghia is one of my fav cars. I want one!
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Having lived in South Florida (wealthy suburb of Fort Lauderdale and then in Coral Gables) I've become completely jaded towards exotic and hypercars. I guess once you've seen more than one Bugatti in the same day and a Carrera GT parallel parked between a Murciélago and a Phantom they start to become just another expensive car.

I'll post a small collection of some of the cars I've come across later
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A sleek, curved vintage Bugatti 57SC Atlantic coupé has become the most expensive car in the world after being sold at an auction in California for about $30m (£20m), easily smashing previous records in the automotive industry. via Guardian.co.uk
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^^^One of the best designs evah.
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I don't know if these count as all of the cars in this post belonged to my neighbor (plenty more to come) but since these cars are all numbers matching muscle cars, and rare muscle cars at that, with price tags well north of 6 figures I guess they could be considered pretty exotic.

1970 Shelby GT-500 Convertible


1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440-6 Pack


1969 Ford Mustang GT 428 SCJ 4:30


1968 Shelby GT-500KR Convertible

1966 Shelby GT-350H "Hertz Rent-a-Racer"


1969 Shelby GT-500 Convertible


1970 Plymouth Superbird "440 Magnum"


1966 Shelby GT-350 H "Hertz" (not the same hertz as above, this doesn't have stripes)


1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302



1966 Shelby GT-350


1965 Shelby GT-350


1966 Shelby GT-350


1970 Pontiac GTO Judge RA III Convertible


1966 Shelby GT-350 "R" Spec


1969 Shelby GT-350 4 Spd. Fastback

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