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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Angie, Mar 7, 2014.
What is your ideal car from what's available on the market today, and why?
In an unrealistic world, a McLaren F1 (or I'd take the new P1 as well).
I have always been a big fan of the late 90's early 2000's Dodge Viper. Blue with white racing stripes...
Something along these lines
Jeep wrangler. always have wanted one. Take the doors and top off and go hit the country.
Ferrari 458 Speciale
Why? It's beautiful, rare, and fast.
Prepare to have your heart broken. Yahoo!
I would love to have a 67 Camaro.
I was just looking on Ebay and see two 1970 Buick Electras. I would love to have one of those. I think that was my favorite car.
Mid 60s Shelby GT350 convertible. It's a shame the prices have gone stratospheric the last 10 years making them nearly unattainable. Maybe someday, I'll find a replica
I always dreamed of owning a red Enzo Ferrari from clear back when i was in grade school.
2014 Ferrari LaFerrari
porsche 918 spyder.........that's in fantasy land
Somewhat realty world..........Audi A8 W12........hopefully in the next 5 years.
I would have to break this up into different segments:
Dream Sports Car and money no object.
Ferrari 458 Italia. Yes, there are faster sports cars but I don't care. The looks and sound.
Daily Driver, money no object.
Aston Martin Vanquish V12
What I want (current market): Viper
What I have (~current market): 2001 Chevy Lumina
What I want (classic market): late 70s vintage Datsun 280Z
What I had (classic market): '82 Datsun 280ZX
I miss Baby soooooooooooo much!
A red Bugatti Veyron, but without the spoiler. I am a half-mile from pavement. cool:
Keeping it somewhat realistic, a Nissan GT-R Nismo would be nice.
Back in the day I had a white, with tan leather interior 56 MG Midget.[sigh] But alas, it went away when the boyfriend did.
I want my 1974 Ford Mustang II back. It was four cylinder and a manual transmission. It was basically a go-cart with a windshield but it was a lot of fun.
Don't really have one. Vehicle are a tool to me; nothing more. My dream vehicle gets decent mileage, is reliable, and let's me do what I need to.
Would really like a 2014 Silverado High Country edition.
But seeing as I just rolled my 2000 accord over to 300,000 miles last weekend, I would be content with most any vehicle under 100,000.