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What's your dream road car?

Which one is your currently driving car? and what would you choose if you want to swap it for road car?

My dream car would be Aston Martin DB8.
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Which one is your currently driving car? and what would you choose if you want to swap it for road car?

My dream car would be Aston Martin DB8.
Wow...so many to choose from...Aston Martin Vantage...Porsche 930...Nissan GTR...Nissan Skyline...Ford GT...990 Ford (Europe) RS200...or the ONE, a 1972 Ferrari Dino GT. I'd put the Ferarri and the Porsche as vintage must haves, and the GTR and the Ford as modern must haves. But the Ford and the Vantage would be neck and neck.

I have one of mine...an '88 Supra. Not in the best shape, but I have it! It's acceptable. Also had a Corolla GTS Twin Cam from 1986-2005, on the road all that time. Two cars I wanted and had.

If money is an object, I'll settle for a Genny Coupe...
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Wow...so many to choose from...Aston Martin Vantage...Porsche 930...Nissan GTR...Nissan Skyline...Ford GT...990 Ford (Europe) RS200...or the ONE, a 1972 Ferrari Dino GT. I'd put the Ferarri and the Porsche as vintage must haves, and the GTR and the Ford as modern must haves. But the Ford and the Vantage would be neck and neck.

I have one of mine...an '88 Supra. Not in the best shape, but I have it! It's acceptable. Also had a Corolla GTS Twin Cam from 1986-2005, on the road all that time. Two cars I wanted and had.

If money is an object, I'll settle for a Genny Coupe...
Your choices are great and great to see that you have nice car 88 Supra. I like this car. This would be great if you share some photo of your car with us. Thanks a lot dear..
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Your choices are great and great to see that you have nice car 88 Supra. I like this car. This would be great if you share some photo of your car with us. Thanks a lot dear..

I have one pic of it, around here somewhere. I'll have to dig it up again. It's old and needs some attention, but I love it! Then again, I'm old and need attention!
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Apart from my 2012 Accent, I have three other "currently driving cars". A 2016 Jeep Wrangler, a 1998 Ford F-150 4x4 pickup truck and a 1990 Pontiac Trans Am.

I wouldn't be too extravagant with my dream car. A new Dodge Viper or Chevy Corvette would be nice.
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Apart from my 2012 Accent, I have three other "currently driving cars". A 2016 Jeep Wrangler, a 1998 Ford F-150 4x4 pickup truck and a 1990 Pontiac Trans Am.

I wouldn't be too extravagant with my dream car. A new Dodge Viper or Chevy Corvette would be nice.
I love these two cars a lot Dodge viper or Chevy Corvette. If you add one more "Aston martin 2017" in the list than it would be great dream cars. Especially I love new Aston Martin due to stylish and unique exterior design.
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For a modern car it would be a C7 ZO6 Corvette.
Vintage would be a '32 Duesenberg SJ roadster.
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For a modern car it would be a C7 ZO6 Corvette.
Vintage would be a '32 Duesenberg SJ roadster.
Yes, C7 ZO6 Corvette is an awesome car with V8 power and has comfortable highway cruiser also remarkable value. Auto top fast car. 32 Duesenberg SJ roadster is a best classic car on that time period.
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One of Carol Shelby's Cobra's. One day I will have a kit version, no way I could afford a real one.
yah, back in the day, i was 18, and i tried to get my parents to buy a 289 roadster. 6400 bucks! i know i wouldve killed myself. heck, i almost killed myself in the elan, and i was a LOT older. young people do stupid things. older people do REALLY stupid things. PUCKER POWER!!
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