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Piobaire, the truth is you want the Hennessy because it shares a name with a Cognac, right?

~Huntsman

post #32 of 125
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I don't need a car right now, which is good. However, my future ride is going to be a silver anniversary Countach.



A highly impracticable car to drive but its vintage design is the best I've seen higherto.

The countach is one of the craziest looking cars. I've seen a few guys driving them around on side streets with the doors up lol.
post #33 of 125
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Knew it. :smile:
post #34 of 125
Now: Iron Horse (NYC public transport)
Next Year: 2004 Lexus IS300, 2008 Mercerdes C300 Sport or 2006-2008 BMW 3-series
Dreams: Porsche 911 Turbo
post #35 of 125
Now: honda cr-v

dream car: ferrari 250 gto or jaguar e-type .
post #36 of 125
My dad recently bought my new dream car...a black m6. Older cars I have about 100 different that would qualify as a dream car.
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Still looking for the right one of these... ...but it will be mine one day. lefty
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Now: Iron Horse (NYC public transport)
Next Year: 2004 Lexus IS300, 2008 Mercerdes C300 Sport or 2006-2008 BMW 3-series
Dreams: Porsche 911 Turbo

I love the new 3 series. I'd say first 3 series, then mercedes, than the lexus.
post #40 of 125
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My dad recently bought my new dream car...a black m6. Older cars I have about 100 different that would qualify as a dream car.

What year is the M6?
post #41 of 125
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Originally Posted by bapelolol View Post

Do you not realize your "dream car" comes in a dream world? This means no problems with the vendor. And of course, your highly modified, high performance, highly finicky dual turbo engine is always going to work flawlessly and only need regular oil changes for maintenance.

Again, we're talking "dream car," as in reality is not an issue.
post #42 of 125
My realistic dream car? Probably a Cayman S for impracticality and maybe an Audi S8 for the kids/leisure If you asked me unrealistically I'd say something like a F430 Scuderia, Koenigsegg CCX, or Ferrari Dino but thats just crazy talk. Although I'm a huge car nut I have too many other priorities first. I still have an archaic Nissan because a new home is more important to me and working at home I don't drive as much as I used to.
post #43 of 125
I have a 2006 Mustang GT however Id kill for a Ferrari 430 Scuderia but realistically I've been dreaming about the new Mitsubishi Evo X MR with the SST gearbox
post #44 of 125
Well I have simple tastes. 1969 Chevelle SS or a Camaro SS same year.
post #45 of 125
I want to get a 275 GTB. Bad timing - prices have doubled recently.
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