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If you were offered the car of your dreams, no strings attached, what would that car be?
I have a thing for the 1972 Chevy Camaro. They are just beautiful cars in design.
What is yours?
Bear in mind that the car MUST exist. No fantasy cars like the Back to the Future Delorian, although the base version is allowed.
Super cars, like the Mclaren are allowed. No future or concept cars either.
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"Bear in mind that the car MUST exist. No fantasy cars like the Back to the Future Delorian" Ooops. I typed half a paragraph before I read that ;)
what about this?
Nice, how fast it is?
Tesla? Autopilot sounds cool to me
Wiesmann GT MF5
globally my dream car is 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback GT500, but more realistic, more day to day dream car is Ford F-350 Super Duty (no specific year, all look awesome) :)
my dream car is 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback
my dream car is 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback
Mine too! Except... candy apple red all the way, baby!
JOLENE ELEANOR .........?!
my bad ; -
The one and only :)
I just want the current model Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
I drive a Charger right now, always liked Dodge cars... (My car is starting to show its age, being on the road in the north-eastern part of the US for a few years, it's from 2013.)
Nissan GTR R35... But i will buy Mustang GT 5.0 2018/2019 (manual ofc) soon, depend on availability... i wanna try "american muscle" first
I loved mustangs as a kid so i decided to make it real, later (no idea when) ill buy R35... (I hope lul)
Ofc i can say smth like Rolls or some 1-2-3M€ hypercar... But i staying in reality, dont like to dream about smth that at 99.99% NEVER will be real.
But of course i LOVE cars like Dodge Charger 1969, Toyota Supra MK4, Nissan R34, S14.... if i have such money ever i rather buy 20 cars like that than one hypercar.
1969 Dodge Charger R/T
1967-70 Toyota 2000 GT
A beautiful looking Sports Car with great japanese attention to detail. It was really expensive when it came out and even more so now.
There were definitely already much faster cars back then, never mind now. But to me it would still have the right amount of useable performance for normal public roads for when you want to wring out every last bit without actually going absurdly fast and keeping your licence.
A Lexus LFA with that amazing sounding V-10 would be a nice Autobahn stormer however 😉
I can't fault you for picking the 2000 GT. Absolutely gorgeous car, and in my top 5 favorites for sure!
grave digger monster truck
A true classic and childhood dream!
if money is no object most likely a lotus evora 2+2, corvette zr1 (zo6 or z07), viper acr zb2 gen or honda nsx-r na2. realistically i am looking for a budget car with ~200hp for 5 grand or less, so i got a wider spectrum of cars like bmw 3/5 series, lexus is/ gs, audi a4/6 opel astra/vectra/omega mercedes c/e class peugeot 4xx/6xx, citroen c4/5/6 and many more
1967 Chevy Impala.
Probably the Rimac C_Two unless a better EV hypercar comes along.
A long neck? ;)
Serious answer: I had a red, '95 Toyota Celica, base standard package (not the more common GT/hatchback) that I totaled in 2003. ;_;. I would love to have another.
Edit: PHOTOS! (Warning: some blood)
Had a blowout on a sandy bit of road (dried wash that flowed over that part). Lost control and wrapped the car and myself around a tree. I'll have to see if I have any of the photos around...
Posted an album above.
A mint condition 1994 Miata NA in the alpine white colour scheme.
A Mazda RX-7 FB GLS-SE or the SA Leathersport.
A Miata ND2 RF.
Now for things I can probably never reasonably own. Koenigsegg CCXR Edition, Ferrari 288 GTO or the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso.
1955 Ford Thunderbird.
Nissan Datsun 240z. Probably the most beautiful car ever made.
Koenigsegg one:1 but I wish they made a 4door sedan with a luxurious and tech advanced interior
But I love my mazda 3. It'd be cool if it was turbocharged buti love the interior so much, red leather
Koenigsegg is making a 1700hp, 2door-4seat, 3cyl hybrid.
Check out the Gemera
I would go with a Egg aswell, probably a Jesko.
Those are gorgeous, and hybrid too! If it's a plug in hybrid I could even use it to get a good parking space!
For me it's the Lancia Stratos, preferably in blue. It was the world's very first purpose-built rally car, and there's been nothing else quite like it since.
For modern cars, it's probably the Lamborghini Huracan STO. I'm a huge fan of GT racing, and the Huracan GT3 and Super Trofeo are my current favorite GT racers. The STO is as close as you can get to a street legal version of one of those. (And seriously, if you ever have chance to see a Super Trofeo race in person, go! Even if you aren't in to racing, seeing and hearing 20+ Huracans screaming around the track is something you'll never forget).
For realistic choices, I've been eyeing the Hyundai Veloster R-spec (and the N, but that one is a bit more than I could afford). If I came across a used Ford Focus RS for a decent price, I might consider that as well.
Alfa Romeo Alfasud Sprint
I always start to think about how I would be able to afford it - wheels, fuel, insurance.... I'd love to say that some kind of porsche, bugatti, mustang or similar, but monthly expenses would probably exceed my salary .... So even with no strings attached I wouldn't want any such glorious car sitting in my garage for one drive in months time. (unless no strings attached also means I don't have to pay any running costs as well.. then it's whole different discussion)
So something middle of the road that's out of my budget but wouldn't bankrupt me would be a prestine BMW E93 330d or 335i . Either diesel or petrol would be fine. Although if I'm sticking to the formula of me being able to afford it, diesel would be the way to go. 330d is 3.0 liter straight 6 engine and 335i is straight six 3.0 liter petrol engine with two turbos - although interestingly 335i official fuel consumption is only 9 l/100km .. But I just know that you can't drive normally with such a car and it would actually consume around 15-20 liters.
335d is straight six 3.0 liter disel engine with TWO turbos. Awesome engine that has around 300 hp but in daily use consumes around 7 liters. But E93 doesn't have it for some reason. For 335d I would go for E92 then. But for the sake of this discussion my final answer will be white BMW E93 335i
PS. There was one such car on sale in my country - white E93, on coilovers, with two hybrid turbos and tuned to something around 500 hp and 700 Nm of torque, named "M3 killer".. cost 15k ... to be honest not that expensive. But still out of my budget for now
MDI AIRPOD 2.0
My father bought a car off the army (Australian) back in about 1972, it had barely been driven (only used on base) and was unique even back then. Ever since I was a kid I wanted that car and a few years ago he passed away and my mother decided she was too old to drive such an old car so she handed it to me. I guess by definition it was always my dream car and now I actually own it. It's still on the road being driven (drove it today in fact) and still drives like a dream. Car is a 1967 HR series Holden, Australian branch of General Motors. I could only find this photo of it which is a few years old but I own both of these still and another white one.
Anything that never breaks down.
I like driving, but I'm scared of the car breaking down/getting a flat.
I guess that's a fantasy car.
I used to like the car from Romeo+Juliet, though when I google it now it's really ugly :P
Chevrolet Monte Carlo.