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Nice one Griff, that looks pretty good for a Skoda! My mate had a Rapide convertible which seemed like a reasonable car, unfortunately he eventually scrapped it.

This is my favourite car of all time - both rally, road and replica versions. This is a replica but still looks tremendous in my opinion. It's definitely not an MR2 tarted up to look like a Ferrari :o

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Paul :)

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This is my favourite car of all time - both rally, road and replica versions. This is a replica but still looks tremendous in my opinion. It's definitely not an MR2 tarted up to look like a Ferrari :o

Cheers

Paul :)

Yep,

I'll go with the Stratos,

But I'd like to add

GT40,

AC Cobra,

RX8

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Cars are a complete waste of watch money.

That was a joke - honest :ph34r:

Never had an actual favourite as was always limited to what I could drive, ie it needed 2 weeks & 3 grands worth of adaptions for me to drive it.

If I had won the lottery when I was a motorist, I'd have had a BMW 750 with every gadget, or similar Merc. Nowadays would like a Crysler Voyager MPV.

Adaptions are fecking overpriced. I'm way out of practice now. However if i'd had the funds after recovering from a 'do' I had a few yrs ago, could have been back on the road with a Voyager. With all the kit I would have needed though, didn't have a spare £38,000 lying about.

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Got to agree about the Stratos and GT40 - both fantastic lookers.

My present wheels are a bit boring though, a Merc vito 110cdi van at work and a Merc 190 auto evenings and weekends.

Had a sapphire cosworth 4 x 4 for a couple of years and that was a fantastic motor.

If I had loads of dosh though, it would be a Ferrari F355.......... B)

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Hello,

Having had a fair few exotic cars over the years this was a difficult one...

The Ferraris were special, the Skyline was AWESOME.....

However this has to be my all time favourite.

It was low mileage when I got rid of it, I sold it to a whole load of guys in dark suits wearing sunglasses who said they wanted to use it in a film....

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1954 Maserati A6GS, not just the shape but the detail.

Or....

Series 1 E type coupe/ 1966 Mustang fastback/ 65 Corvette split window /Trident clipper/Porsche 917 Gulf colours/ original Range rover/ Rover P5 Coupe/Triumph stag/Lamborghini Islero/Renault-Alpine A110/Renault Turbo 1/Clio V6/Ford Ka/Ford Escort Cosworth/Lotus Carlton/Caterham 7....etc.

Finally, was passengered for approx. 25minutes in a road legal Metro 6R4 some years ago, Clubman engine spec, approx 300bhp, ugliest thing ever seen, but

for noise, grip and performance made all of the above look like my mums car.

D.

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Tim,

Don't tell me you took that picture with your 'Blad.

I won't believe you, the 'Blad would work. But you wouldn't in that "atmosphere". :lol::lol::lol:

Unless your surname is Armstrong? et al. Nah..... we wish. :)

Did you own that moon truck?

If you did, you should not have sold it. IMHO

But, how did you find it in the first place?

Humph?

You old TARDIS user, you. ;)

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Some very nice motors there. This will always be one of my favorites because this was my Grandad's car. He was it's second owner from it being about a year old and he kept it until they took his licence off him. Grandad's not with us now but I fondly remember the Sundays we'd go out for a drive in the Viva. My Mum learnt to drive in this car as well. When Jack finally sold it my brother drove it to London to a guy who bought it sight unseen. It boiled up on the way down there and they limped it the last 20 miles stopping every 15 minutes to put water in it. My brother said Jack cried all the way back on the train.

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