Apologies for the crappy hosting site i used for the pics, still in a rush heh..
SUV or Truck?
Chevy Avalanche '08. Dont like SUV's but this would be big enough for me.
Ferrari Enzo '03. Seen only one in real life and although it isn't everbody's ideal supercar, it's a complete head-turner none-the-less.. Plus it reminds me of PGR4 with Chingy.
Chevy Impala '67 model, my grandfather owned one and loved it, now i can only love the photo's he has of it.
(Not a photo of his Impala, but the same model)
(Must all be manual)
Will you ever buy them?
Believe it or not, from all of these cars i would most prefer being able to drive around a barely-road-legal supra as beautiful yet clean as the track-car posted.. Always been my favourite car. In the next few years i WILL have one i am happy with, im in a pretty good position for the future..
Fake or not, it's still one of the sexiest cars ever made. +1 to Ferrari for evoking F40 nostalgia.
The only point of a fake piece is to save money. On a Ferrari that's irrelevant so there's no good reason for a car like that to have a fake exhaust. The F40 at least had a reason for the third pipe, the turbo wastegates.
If I ever end up working in downtown Toronto I'm going to get a bike, cars just don't cut it in downtown traffic.
It's a 3.6 I think and it makes from 283-305hp and 260-268 lb-ft depending on which vehicle it's fitted to because of the different intakes and exhaust systems.
Aside from having decent power they're also using standardized parts now. Up till not Chrysler had 7 different crankshafts and 14 different camshafts just for their V6 engines, now they all use the same parts. It's insane that they're just finally realizing how much money and time they could save by doing that and how much easier training and repairs will be. It's no wonder they went bankrupt (you know, aside from the fact that their cars used to be total garbage) but it's good to see they're finally putting some effort into their products.
When i was working in the fruit market there was this British guy working with us his name was David, around 50 years old..
He is rather wealthy and owns a fair amount of property and has 3 or 4 cars inbetween himself and his Girlfriend (not married) and one of them was a black 300C.
Took me for a drive, never been inside anything like it.
I've never even heard of some of the things i seen in that car before.. Nightvision windscreen to prevent headlights bothering you, individual tire pressure readings on a screen, their so unique.
If it wasn't for the crappy interior in the older ones I'd consider buying a used one after I graduate.