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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by gabester, Jul 22, 2014.
That bright a** blue on the civic?
Yeah I like that too, and yes you really should see it in person.
Bonus points if you can guess the car
Does it start in TA?
Audi is a master of design. These are A3 models from 2017 and I think the cabriolet is objectively beautiful.
Jarmo Amha's Saab
1935 Dusenberg SJ LaGrande Dual-Cowl
Dusenberg J platform vehicles were absolutely hilarious. They featured a 32-valve dual-overhead cam straight eight engine with a single up draft carburetor. They made 265HP in a world where 100HP was deemed a lot, and that was in naturally aspirated form. It was capable of 119MPH in N/A form. With a supercharger, power was bumped all the way to 320HP, 0-60 was able to be achieved in less than 8 seconds with an unsynchronized gearbox, and was capable of a top speed close to 140MPH, while reaching 104MPH in second gear.
All of that with a fully boxed frame chassis and advanced (for the time) suspension, coupled with that classy 30's styling, makes it one of the most amazing cars ever created.
Motherf... eat your heart out, Bugatti.
Ok it's a standard flying 10
Actually saw that in person one time a few days ago.
Really nice looking car for sure!
I can dig this. Any Ford Taunus really. Whether it's a 1939, or a 1969. I know it isn't quite "conventional" by American standards of the time, but I think it's cool.
love me some simple car
I don't know if anyone has mentioned it, but the Nissan Figaro is a beautiful car.
SAAB Sonett III
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