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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by gabester, Jul 22, 2014.
he doesnt think it looks nice but doesnt want to argue
‘64 Lincoln Continental.
‘03 Toyota Avalon XLS. Fight me.
Decided to use @Kueso's template cause why not?
What is it?
A 1950s Luxury(ish) Exclusive Saloon with a Mid placed I4 engine.
How much were built?
Where to find them?
Have I ever seen one?
Yes, once saw the back view driving
Are there any in my country?
On a scale of 1 to 5, how much do I want one?
Originally was planned to have a F6 or V6, also saved the french presidents life
In Sweden it's called "Paddan",and that means "the Toad"
I can't agree more with the Avalon. That generation was beautiful.
My dad owned one for a while, it was a great car.
2010-2011 SAAB 9-5
One of the only Hyundais that I think has a decent design.
Ah, the Scoupe, pronounced "scoop". They could really shift, even with only 81hp in the first iteration. I'm just a Hyundai guy full stop. I've grown up around them and they've always been solid cars, save for the Theta II engine. That was junk.
It'd start with a random little tick, then lock up. Apparently a manufacturing defect left some metallic debris in the engine. Didn't happen before and hasn't happened since. One bad egg in the lot isn't so bad, in my eyes.
Every manufacturer has made one or two bad engines. Chrysler had the 2.7L V6. Ford had their 3.5L V8 in the bubble SHO. GM had the 5.7L diesel and the original Vortec. Mitsubishi had... All of them.
Ah, that makes much more sense now. I guess I never really thought of you as a fan of Hyundai (as I'm quite the opposite), but atleast now I understand why you seem to have a fondness towards Hyundai.
I will respect your opinion on Hyundai, even if I happen to have a completely different perspective on them.
Speaking of Korean vehicles, I like the new Sorento. It has a simplistic yet upscale look to it.
Someone may have mentioned it, but Volkswagen's new Arteon is gorgeous. VW is very good with designing cars.
And oddly enough I find that weird Mercedes C230 hatchback a very attractive car.
Don't forget about the Audi Le Mans Quattro!!
Maybe not the most beautiful car. However, the engineering idea attracted me very much.
It's a shame that among all American luxury brands the Imperial is almost forgotten. They did beatiful cars:
And on the other side of the size spectrum there's this. Saab Sonett II. With 2-stroke engine. It's weird looking but I find it beatiful in some... weird way.
This one is later model with V4 Ford engine: