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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by RL204, Apr 30, 2021.
I think Matt liked your car, @Superfluous
1998 rover mini
Japanese import with much needed aircon, in Australia and leather interior.
Totally impractical with teenage kids.
That supercharged R8 V10 really made me smile. I had an Audi A6 company car in the 1990's, the fantasy of having a model like Superfluous' and pulling into the headquarters car park, parking it among the other managers cars. How cool would that have been. What an amazing beast it is.
No freeways, really only one road around most of the island, with a few stretches where the speed limit is 50 mph. I mostly drive 2 miles to my local beach and back. Most locals drive big pickup trucks.
My old money pit before I went all Italian again
Man some mighty fine rides. I particularly loved the lifted e350 rig.
I've been fortunate to have owned some great cars, but as of right now just got my pilot, sold my last sporty car almost a year ago now, taking a break since I tend to buy and sell them alot, but plan to but something relatively soon...
So most recently I learned how to ride on this, and then sold it once I figured out riding isn't for me.
Some of my previous cars, and yes I like silver lol. No the 66/67 Shelby wasnt mine. After owning three I miss the s2k the least despite nostalgia, followed by the Shelby. I probably regret selling the mustang most, then the FRS because both are unicorns now, try finding a 2014 monogram single owner bone stock in mint condition in silver. The most pure driving fun was easily the c5z followed by the Shelby.
Love the Royal Enfield! Been to one of their facilities some time ago and I was impressed by their craftmanship. That Mustang is a beast!
My recent Vespa's. I currently own the 'Kermit the frog green' one
Best way to travel through Amsterdam. Unfortunately, Vespa's get stolen a lot.
I really am digging this new to me, “dark” side of you. Roll into a parking lot in any of these monsters, get out wearing a kick-ass FW cross-zip, and who is going to say what?!? Close the kill chain good sir, get a cross zip. Lol.
How does the new Acura compare?
been there.....then I went Japanese......having a car that regularly passes its MOT with no advisories is strangely satisfying......
oh yeh and I'm committed to driving or riding weird vehicles!
Oh yes, definitely this!
Why didn't I think of it?!
@Superfluous , @JMax is right, you need cross zips with these amazing cars
I'm not sure if we have this vehicle in America but I swear to god everytime I watch a Japanese documentary one of the characters drives this car
I drive just a stock WRX these days (actually not a huge fan of the car) but growing up I had a MK1 Toyota MR2 which I adored driving. By far the best handling car I've ever driven. I'd love to get my hands on a well maintained NSX to relive some of those feelings but well maintained NSXs are expensive these days
Nice rides, everyone! I love the diversity. (And also special love to the Prius --my daily driver is an old Prius.) But here's my fun ride, a 1956 DeSoto Fireflite sedan with the 330 Hemi and pushbutton automatic.
Here is my project car. 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
This picture is about 9 years old. Currently it's up on blocks in my garage starved for attention as I very slowly work on replacing the floor pans and converting the car to a 5-speed manual.
‘66 which I bought from a little old lady and sold to a different little old lady.
Owned several bikes but this Super Glide was my favorite. Road it from Philly to Sacramento one fall, including this stretch of Badlands National Park.
The NSX is the best handling of the bunch, but my supercharged R8 was faster in a straight line. The 996TT had more HP, but the new DCTs make lessor HP cars faster than manuals. I love to row gears as much as anyone, but not at the expense of materially inferior performance (I always drive my DCTs in manual mode and paddle shift). The NSX is my favorite in terms of looks. The hybrid tech on the NSX is something special.