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It sure is.
And how about this Stutz DV32?
I guess. :-?
Yes I do, I love it. I haven't been on for a few days, so i'll have to look it the new season has started (another free Aston for 50% completion).
V8 Vantage grille redone by Revenant tuning.
Much beter IMHO.
They should open that a bit more, but not till the ground like in the official model. Something between those two would work better, IMO.
Wiesmann returns after 6 years. Probably with the V8 from BMW's M5.
Bristols are fascinating in that their lack of aesthetic elegance actually makes them cooler! They kind of don't care because they're just too expensive to worry about that sort of thing :)
Thus, I kindly invite you to visit www.speedkore.com. If you like American restomods.
Sad news on my car-front (literally), the radiator decided to turn into a shower of some sort. Might be even more. I hope not, as if it's more I might have to say farewell to my lovely lady (car, not the wife).
Ah sorry to hear. May I ask what car you have? :-?
CR: "Bond's car was his only personal hobby. One of the last of the 41/2-litre Bentleys with the supercharger by Amherst Villiers, he had bought it almost new in 1933 and had kept it in careful storage through the war."
"It was a battleship-grey convertible coupe, which really did convert, and it was capable of touring at ninety with thirty miles an hour in reserve."
GF: Aston Martin DB2 Mk III in battleship-grey.
Ford Capri RS 2600 ;)
1978 Strato Silver Mk3 Ford Capri (driven by Doyle of The Professionals)
This is the lady, here on winter tires:
The 3rd generation looks much better imho...
I was at Goodwood last weekend and watched a race between thirty of those Bentleys (some 3 litres, some 4.5): quite a sight.
I wonder what Fleming meant by 'convertible coupe'? Kind of a contradiction in terms...
I cannot imagine what it must have been like in the late 30s to drive such a beast at 90 mph and on British roads. Hope that the good drivers at Goodwood brought their brutes back in one piece.
I think it was one of the only races not to feature a big smash of some kind! Not that they weren't giving them some proper stick of course.
Rowan Atkinson was driving one in that race in fact: I remember he starred in a BBC film about Tim Birkin the famous Brooklands Bentley racer years ago- I'd like to see that again.
Thanks! still no news from the garage..
So I took a picture of my car this summer.
It was just voted "best new design of 2019"!
Porsche is a bit overrated.
And this comes from a VAG fanatic. =;