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PS: Zagato rules.
Heh: I live only a couple of miles from Romans- I quite often pop to see what they have.
They had about three Zagato Vanquishes at the same time last time I went! And two were Volantes! Those are the best Zagatos in a while: often there's something a bit... challenging about them! That new one they're selling with the DB4 recreation is rather lovely too.
I once was a passenger in that little fiat. Was quite a fun car actually
I've never seen that ASA before; what a pretty little thing.
I've long loved the VW SP2 though: that's just a supercool-looking thing. Not sure about their assessment of the Marcos though: there were quite a few variants of that, some very hot indeed.
That SP2 is a sweet car indeed.
This is one of the very few AM's I consider to be ugly.
Yes, it really is. And have you heard it running? Those brakes screeching make my teeth hurt. It really is just a racing machine, that one. And that's why I prefer their middle engine racing machines. Because they do have some design and heritage. This thing, the Vulcan, just looks like a modern American corvette or something. Plain ugly.
That one looks horrible!
It really, really does. The Vulcan bomber.
Haha, awesome. =))
I've always had a thing for Saab, even the "GM" ones:
A Bond connection, though ;)
This one, on the other hand:
Oh, yeah. Much better.
The airplane certainly looks better!
RR & Bentley use BMW/VAG parts, of course, but their first cars under new ownership
were distinct enough.
The Maybachs looked like spiced up S classes. Only 3000 were sold.
You can buy one if you want here: https://www.classicdriver.com/en/cars/maybach?sort=random&search_type=advanced&make=185&page=1
Me too. Always preferred the more quirky car brands to the mainstream ones. Saab is definitely one of them.
Yeah... And the new 9-3 was ready to go... Plus, the new 9-5 combi looked so good... It never even reached dealerships... :(
The wonderful Lancia Stratos!
Aston Martin DBS
5 of my favourite cars.
Always been a fan of the Montecarlo myself:
Oh yes. I still don't understand why they released it in the USA with just 81bhp... :-?
Morris Mini Cooper (I have a relative that owns one – don't know which year it was produced though)
…and the Peel P.50, of course!
as for sports cars, I've always really liked the 1969 Lamborghini Miura that featured in The Italian Job:
Love that orange colour!
I see now that I forgot to add the 2CV to the list of cars above. Thanks for reminding me, @Agent_99! To make up for my mistake, here's a vintage 2CV ad!
The first car I remember my dad having was a beige 2CV - it may even have been the same colour as the one in that ad. According to family legend, one day he put his key in the wrong car in the car park by mistake, and it unlocked.
We moved on to a Citroen GS which was hands down the best car we ever had. Same colour as this one:
I wish I could go, but for now that's highly improbable.
My first car was a vw golf 2. One day I parked it in a parking lot, locked it and walked away. In about 10 seconds I remembered I forgot my sunglasses, walked back, opened up the car and sat down in the driver's seat. Odd thing, not only didn't I see my sunglasses, the radio had changed too....
Same colour, same model, parked next to mine...