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Hello everybody Pls start selecting group profile for next month
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Posted 8/6/10
Hey Ranya ... Hummer H2 2005 for next poll


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Posted 8/6/10

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well it is not like that revolutionofone.... Not alll people who love cars know much about cars in close ..... some people only just like cars..and others may know more about some kinds of cars and the rest not ..and others choose what they want only according by the view of the Outer shape of car only ....


I'm totally fine with that, I just don't have a sunny disposition over the R35. For a car that is built for high performance, Nissan doesn't want you to even drive like it is a high performance car. That's just asinine.
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Posted 8/6/10
I almost forgot.

Lotus Two Eleven


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Posted 8/6/10 , edited 8/6/10
Still plugging the classics-Here we go again for the next poll -The Mercedes Benz 300SL Coupe was introduced in 1954 as a two-seat, closed sports car with distinctive gull wing doors. It was the fastest production car of its time capable of speeds of up to 161mph. Low production numbers and a famous previous owner – Clark Gable.Estimated value $500,000-$600,000.



Clarke Gable's Mercedes Benz 300SL Coupe.

BTW,here's the man himself photographed in this very car-
Posted 8/9/10
Ohhh I love the shoebox! I like older models though...*blushes~* I know the new and improved prototypes would totally dust it but I just like it! Its GANGSTA! LGTO 1969 Dragster
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Posted 8/9/10
i voted for shoe box. go go shoe box!
Posted 8/10/10
I can all ready tell you I'll be voting for the Lotus revolution posted. As far as the R35 vs. R34 and so on debate goes. I dont think you can call the R35 glorified junk, they are directing it at a different kind of buyer. Yeah sports car purists look it and say well it doesn't have a real manual transmission and it's heavy as hell with more electronic gadgets than a space shuttle. However, as a daily driver it's good looking and comfortable with nice leather, satellite radio/navigation and still just about quick enough to keep up with a porsche 911 for under 100k. If you are stuck in hours of bumper to bumper traffic on your daily commute wouldn't you rather have something like that? Unfortunately the days of the Ferrari F40s and Mclaren F1s where you could see the weave of the carbon fiber and the exposed welds in there no-nonsense interiors that hardly had cd players and anything else they deemed useless weight are pretty much gone. It's an ever shrinking niche market with fewer and fewer people that have that kind of money and are into that kind of thing.
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Posted 9/9/10
I love the kustom sled, nothing wrong with the exotics but they don't have the same charm.
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Posted 9/13/10
exotics are bought, customs are built.
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Posted 9/25/10
BARRACUDA
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