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Robert Emslie November 7, 2012 Hooniverse Asks 80 Comments

Not everyone lived through yesterday’s political tsunami here in the US, but I’m sure even you furriners were at the very least aware of it. Now that the dust has settled and the campaign yard signs are finally being used for kindling rather than just canine urination stations, I thought it a good opportunity to ask you for one more vote. Or, if you’re up to it, ten.

Here we are, on the cusp of the holiday season – a prime gift giving time – and of course nothing says I worship the ground you walk on more than a car. Well, there’s always sexytime stuff, but this is a family show. And of course should you want to be presented with a car as a gift, it damn well better be a good one. In fact, it better be one of your top ten selected rides. 

Everyone has their own top ten lists  – 10 best pizzas, 10 top movies, 10 people you will make suffer upon judgement day. . .  Oops, sorry. And of course you all have your top ten list of cars. You know, your very favorite all time rides. And today, now that we’ve settled that trifle known as the national election, I want you to share that list with us. What is your personal top ten cars of all time? 

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  • Without the luxury of coffee or time, just off the top of my head:

    Original Mercedes Gullwing, Citroen DS, Veyron, Phaeton, Porsche 959, Ferrari 288 GTO, Toyota 2000GT,…

    • Alcology

      Phew! I thought you were only going to wash the other side

    • buzzboy7

      I have the other. I just wish this was bigger to be the wallpaper on the other monitor.

  • kingcrowing

    '74 911RS
    Ur Quattro
    E34 M5 Touring
    E30 M3

  • $kaycog
  • In no particular order:
    1967 Corvette L88
    2011 Corvette ZR-1
    Ferrari F40
    Duusenberg SSJ
    Buick GNX
    Mercedes 300 gullwing
    McLaren F1
    Ford GT40
    Ford Model T
    1960 Lotus Elite

    • Oooh, yea, GNX. Hadn't considered it, but perhaps yes…

  • JayP2112

    Shelby Daytona Coupe
    Frank Bullitt's Mustang
    944-968 (Clubsport esp)
    Lotus-Caterham 7
    Aircooled Beetle
    Audi Quattro (what the hell- all the quattros except SUVs)
    The Boss 302 – old and new.
    Challenger – old and new.

    Subject to change at any moment.
    Added TWINMILL.
    <img src="http://carroseminis.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/twin-mill-9.jpg&quot; width="450">

  • M44Power

    1. Porsche 911 (classic, not anything after the 993)
    2. BMW 2002tii
    3. Acura NSX
    4. Jensen Interceptor
    5. Lotus Elise
    6. Porsche 944
    7. Volvo P1800S
    8. 1955 Imperial Newport coupe
    9. Fiat 500 (the original)
    10. Mustang fastback

  • ianalminger

    1- W108 Mercedes Benz 300SE 3.5 Manual

    2- Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV (105)

    3- Nissan Patrol 4.2TD (Y60 or Y61)

    4- BMW M5 E39

    5- BMW 320d Touring E46 as DD

    6- Honda NSX

    7- Imperial Crown 1965

    8- Iso Grifo Series II

    9- Shelby GT350

    10- Lotus Elan

    Is too sad that the limit is 10, but i think i can be happy with those 10

    • scroggzilla

      A fine list. Although, to be pedantic, #1 should be W108 280SE 3.5 Manual., shouldn't it?

  • pj134

    1. 2008 Viper ACR
    2. 1967-1969 (any) Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
    3. 1998 Nissan R390
    4. R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R
    5. FD RX7
    6. E30 M3
    7. R34 style Nissan Stagea (All GT-R'd up)
    8. DeTomaso Pantera
    9. 2013 CTS-V Wagon
    (Potential)10. 201(?) ATS-V (so long as the AWD twin turbo 3.6 rumors are true)
    (If potential is false)10. Some sort of massive torques diesel Rubicon configuration.

  • 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante
    1957 Ferrari 410 SuperAmerica
    1955 Mercedes 300SL
    1968 Mustang GT500
    2001 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish S
    1961 Bugeye Sprite
    BMW M5 Touring
    Mk 2 Lotus Cortina
    2006 Ford GT
    2012 Ford SVT Raptor

  • quattrovalvole

    In no particular order:
    Eunos Cosmo
    Toyota Chaser Tourer V
    Mercedes 300SEL 6.3
    BMW 850 Csi
    Jaguar XJR (X350)
    Overfinch 580S
    Peugeot 504 Coupe
    Maserati Khamsin
    Lancia Flaminia Coupe Berlina
    Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ

    • I deliberately did not go into bikes. I am much too emotionally invested in too many of them.

    • danleym

      Doesn't matter how many times I see it, that Opala is just beautiful, every time.

  • Number_Six

    This will all have changed by lunch:
    1. Lamborghini Espada
    2. AC Frua 427/428
    3. Lancia Fulvia
    4. 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint
    5. Isdera Imperator
    6. 1977 Aston Martin V8 Vantage
    7. TVR Griffith 500
    8. Cadillac CTS-V wagon
    9. Porsche 993
    10. 1971 AMC Rebel Machine 401

    • buzzboy7

      That's the problem. The top 10 list I write now, won't be the same as a top 10 list I write this evening. It's constantly changing. Sometimes I see something I've forgotten, or I see something unrelated that sparks a though, or I'm driving and I wish I could do X or that my car looked more Y and then bam, completely different list of 10 cars.

      • Number_Six

        Yeah, I can't forgive myself for leaving an early '70s Escort or Ford Falcon XB GT sedan off the list, but this morning it was a compromise I was willing to make.

        • I'm with you. There's about 300 other cars I could add to my list. If I had the money for my top ten, I could easily sell one and replace it with another making a new top ten and so forth and so on.

  • DemonXanth

    Dodge Dakota (yes, I have a soft spot)
    GMC Syclone
    Duesenburg Model J
    ZL-1 Corvette (L88s are good enough though)
    '42 Buick Special
    HSV ute

  • Okay, I tried to put some thought into this. I stuck to production cars — otherwise the Blue Flame and the Lycoming Special would have made it. I tried not to be too arbitrary, and pick cars of legitimate renown. In other words, I didn't put in any of the many fairly ordinary cars that I just happen to think are cool, such as the Rambler Mariner or Corolla FX-16. I tried to consider cars of every era, but didn't do any of those obligatory "people's cars" that are famous mostly for their production runs and afforability, such as the Model T, Austin 7, VW Beetle, or 2CV. (Those may be historically significant, but none of them were the most rewarding to drive or look at.) So here is my list, in no order:

    – Honda NSX
    – Shelby 427 Cobra
    – Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic
    – Ferrari 250GT
    – Ariel Atom
    – Carver One
    – Aston Martin V8 Vantage
    – Lancia Stratos HF
    – BMW 507
    – Cord 812

    The Jeep CJ5, Lotus Esprit Turbo and Lada Niva whould probably get honorable mention.

  • Johnny Dixon

    1. Mercer Raceabout
    2. Bugatti type 57sc Atlantic
    3. Alfa Romeo 8C Monza
    4. Mercedes 300SLR Ulenhaut Coupe
    5. Ferrari 250 GTO
    6. McLaren F1
    7. Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato
    8. Jaguar XKSS-ex Steve McQueen
    9. Shelby Daytona Coupe
    10. Ferrari 205 California Spyder SWB covered headlights.

  • Briggs & Stratton Flyer
    Chrysler Airflow
    RR Silver Shadow
    Ariel Atom
    Studebaker Avanti R3
    Mk. 1 VW GTI
    Austin Mini
    First-gen Cadillac Seville
    Jensen FF
    Lada Niva
    1967 Camaro RS/SS

    • buzzboy7

      Avanti R3 and Niva. Somehow missed both for my list…

  • Vavon

    <img src="http://www.zeperfs.com/imageduel949-1067.jpg&quot; width=640>

    My top 10 is as follows:

    1. Peugeot 205 (XS, Rallye, GTI)
    2. Peugeot 106 (XS, Rallye, GTI)
    3. Citroën 2CV6 (Charleston)
    4. Renault 4 (L, TL, GTL, Safari)
    5. Renault 5 (TS, Alpine, Turbo, Turbo 2)
    6. Austin Rover Mini (Cooper, Cooper S)
    7. Lada Niva 4×4
    8. Ford Mustang Fastback (65-66)
    9. BMW 1M Coupé (2011)
    10. Ariel Atom

    Give me a small hot hatchback and I will enjoy myself non-stop!!!

  • Irishzombieman

    I couldn't do just one list.

    IZM's 10 Favorite Cars That He Will Probably Never Own, In No Particular Order :

    1–McLaren F1
    2–Porsche 959
    3–Jag XJ220
    4–Ferrari 288GTO
    5–Lancia Stratos — the original, batshit crazy bit o' drivable lunacy
    6–Mavis, the 42L Packard Bentley
    7–Arial Atom
    8–Renault R5 Turbo
    9–Lambo Aventador — no engine sound on earth has ever moved me the way this one does
    10–Ford GT

    Now, Cars I Love That Are Within My Reach. Again in no particular order:

    1–Suzuki Swift GTI –because 110hp in a 1600 lb car
    2–Jeep Wagoneer — before they were called "Grand", before doctors and dentists started driving them
    3–BMW 2002tti
    4–BMW 3.0 CSi
    5–BMW E21 3-Series
    6–Ferrari Mondial hardtop — hate it all you want–that's what keeps the price reasonable. I think the thing's spectacular.
    7–1966 Chrysler New Yorker 2-door
    8–Triumph Spitfire
    9–Pre-78 Datsun Z cars
    10–Porsche 914

    • danleym

      Ooh, a Stratos and 288GTO, don't know how those didn't come to mind right away for me. Good choices!

  • smalleyxb122

    NSX for turning the exotic car market on its ear regarding what was considered “acceptable” reliability.

    The Miata for taking everything that was good about the traditional roadster and making it livable as a daily driver

    GMT400 series trucks for setting a benchmark on comfortable, capable pickups.

    XJ Jeep Cherokee. A truly off-road capable, unibody SUV.

    Subaru WRX for bringing rally bred AWD fun in a practical mass-market package.

    Not to be a C/D parrot, but the BMW 3 series.

    The original Mini for being the blueprint for a fun, affordable and practical front driver.

    The Mustang. As a Chevy guy, it pains me, but I gotta give credit where credit is due.

    The Corvette, because “Suck it, Mustang.”

    Aston Martin DB9, because not all of my choices should be rational.


    1. Mk 1 GT40
    2. Ford GT
    3. Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe
    4. Mazda 787B
    5. Mercedes Sauber C11
    6. Porsche 917/30
    7. Nissan R32 Skyline GT-R (any of them, I'm not picky)
    8. 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Trans-Am
    9. Ford Supervan III
    10. Donkervoort D8 GT


      This list fluctuates though. The Mk1 GT40 will always be number 1, and the Ford GT right behind it. But the rest of the slots vary. I could very easily populate a 1000 favorite cars list, and the rankings would change every day.

  • danleym

    1969 AMC Rebel, built 401/5 speed, black, stripped out but street legal, built like a late 60s street racer
    <img src="http://gomotors.net/pics/AMC/amc-rebel-01.jpg&quot; width=500>

    AMC Eagle SX/4, stroked 4.0/5speed, built for rally
    <img src="http://blog.hemmings.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/rallyeagle_resized.jpg"&gt;

    New Dodge Challenger, 392/6 speed
    <img src="http://www.thetorquereport.com/2011_dodge_challenger_srt8_392.jpg&quot; width=500>

    An original GT-40. No, scratch that, I don't think I could get myself to drive it enough. I'll settle for a GT, I'd have no qualms driving that.
    <img src="http://gomotors.net/pics/Ford/ford-gt-03.jpg&quot; width=500>

    Lamborghini Miura
    <img src="http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01845/Lambo-1_1845804i.jpg&quot; width=500>

    69-72 Chevy Blazer
    <img src="http://lh5.ggpht.com/_s41zmvZTlf8/SspuCop0uPI/AAAAAAAAAGA/LHqdJ2lWBVU/s720/100_2516.JPG&quot; width=500>

    Ford Capri Perana
    <img src="http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/3/2886/3104/32214051656_large.jpg&quot; width=500>

    Ford Escort Mk1
    <img src=http://zdjecia-samochodow.pl/var/albums/FORD/FORD-ESCORT/ESCORT-MK-I-(1968—1975)/ford_escort_mk1_3.jpg" width=500>

    2005 WRX STI, only because I don't yet have a 4 door on here and that could come in handy
    <img src="http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2005/06/23/134049.1-lg.jpg&quot; width=500>

    And a beat up stepside Chevy pickup, because I have nine other cars that I'm going to buying parts for/towing on occasion, so this truck will take the abuse.
    <img src="http://images.fourwheeler.com/thehistoryof/p176767_large+1973_Chevrolet_Stepside+Passenger_Side_View.jpg&quot; width=500>

  • OA5599
    • Irishzombieman

      That last one looks familiar. Where've I seen that before?

      • jeepjeff

        I think it might be his. It's got his name on it!


    1293cc Austin Mini.

    Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16v Evoluzione II.

    Toyota MR2 MK1 Supercharged.

    1968 dodge charger 500.

    Nissan Juke GT-R.

    Toyota Land Cruiser BJ46.

    CTS-V Wagon.

    RS1700t Ford Escort.

    Smart Car with Hayabusa engine.

    Ariel Atom 500 V8.

  • Cdubya

    In no particular order:

    63 Corvette StingRays

    30's era Auto Union formula cars

    Ferrari Enzo

    Mercedes's original Gullwings

    Shelby Cobras (All of the AC based roadsters)

    Bugatti Veryon

    Jaguar XKE

    Ford GT40

    Audi R8

    Every Lotus ever built…

  • Devin

    I shall title this list "10 cars I would have in my driveway if I somehow had a billion dollars."

    Cord 812
    Alfa Romeo Giulia Spyder
    1967 Buick Riviera
    Ferrari 458 Italia
    Lancia Delta HF Integrale
    Suzuki Cappuccino
    Citroen SM
    Subaru SVX (You never forget the first car you get a bit obsessed with)
    1985 Ford F-150 (Similarly, you never forget the first car you've ever been inside.)
    Audi RS4 Avant

    I think I might be missing hundreds of others, so this is my "top 10" as of the time I type this.

    • owl

      Blimey Devin, I put my list in then read yours. That would do me bar substituting the Audi for my AMG Merc

  • IlkkaH87

    I had a list that I seldom improved on my old computer that had my 10 car dream garage listed. So this isn't exactly the top 10 ever, this is a top 10 that I could live with and enjoy from time to time.

    1. BMW E46 M3
    2. Porsche 997 GT3 RS 4.0
    3. Porsche Carrera RS 2.7
    4. McLaren F1

    Now that I think of it, I could probably manage with the above, but the list goes on:
    5. Chevrolet Camaro SS '69
    6. Pagani Zonda
    7. Ferrari F355
    8. Mercedes SL 300
    9. Porsche 993 Turbo
    10. Lamborghini Countach

  • Spring-heeled Jack

    I expected the E-type to be on every list. I don't know you people anymore.

    • jeepjeff

      Crap! And I was having a hard time keeping it to what I did. My list changes regularly. The E-type hasn't been as prominent in my day dreams recently (and I've been on a bit of an AMC kick recently).

      • danleym

        Nothing wrong with being on an AMC kick. I've been on one since I knew what a car was, I'm pretty sure it's genetic. My dad has the same condition.

    • Devin

      The E-type was briefly on my list, but then I noticed I didn't have an Alfa, and it was the only thing I was willing to sacrifice at that point.

      There's a ton of stuff that I regret leaving off, but I thought my list needed nods to my childhood, at least one pickup, one or two theoretically practical things, and so on.

    • Cdubya

      It's on mine!


      Damn, I forgot all about the Eagle E-type! But, but, but there's no space!

      • jeepjeff

        That didn't stop me from cheating.

    • Number_Six

      E-Type would never be on my list because C and D types exist.

  • jeepjeff

    My top 0x10, in no particular order:

    Jeep Universal and Jeep Wrangler
    AC Cobra and replicas
    Lotus 7 and replicas
    Ford Mustang (even, and possibly especially, the Mustang II)
    Air Cooled Porsche 911 (particularly the 915 equipped 911s)
    Dodge Viper
    Dodge Challenger/Plymouth Barracuda E-Bodies
    Mopar A-Bodies
    AMC Pacer
    AMC Gremlin, Spirit, Eagle
    Ford GT40 and GT
    Eagle Talon (and related DSMs)
    Jeep Cherokee XJs
    Porsche 917
    Bantam American
    Pre-WWII roadsters (all of them)

    EDIT: Baker's Dozen Bonus Entry: Jaguar E-Type

  • skitter

    Citroen DS: for the unparalleled driving experience (you'll see that as a theme)
    Saab 96 V4: drive everywhere flat out and freewheeling
    Oldsmobile 442 Convertible: loud and roomy
    Alfa Romeo Milano: Lemons car
    Acura NSX: won the toss over a Zonda
    Ariel Atom: drive naked, feel the wind
    TVR Tuscan: for unjustifiable, unconditional adoration
    Nissan Skyline GT-R: super best four wheel frenetic steering
    Alpina D3 Wagon: 210hp, 6spd, 150mph, 40mpg diesel wagon
    Porsche 991: for the 7-Speed manual

    This was hard. My fellow hoons have excellent taste, I should have just copied someone else.

    • jeepjeff

      There's a ton of stuff on here that would probably be in mine if you asked me tomorrow or last month or whatever. Actually, many of those on your list.

  • Preludacris

    Honda S800
    Honda Prelude with 4WS
    Tommy Kaira M20b (a tuned Subie WRX)
    Subaru BRZ
    Mazda RX-7
    Mazda Miata
    BMW E30 M3
    Toyota Land Cruiser
    Lest you all think I don't like American cars, I'll throw in the Dodge Stealth.

    And, last but certainly not least, the excellent Toyota Tercel wagon.
    <img src="http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/1/1416/1161/3538080003_large.jpg"&gt;

  • buzzboy7

    No order
    Mercedes Benz W201 190E 2.3-16
    BMW E36 323ti
    Volvo 242 Turbo Flathood Homologated
    Subaru Legacy B4
    Honda NSX
    AMC Eagle SX4
    Ford Mustang SVO
    Chevrolet Corvair Corsa
    Holden HSV YII
    Ford Falcon FG F6 Ute

    Runners Up:
    Sierrra Cosworth, Escort RS Cosworth, R5 Turbo 2, Citroen SM, Lancia Delta, ToyoVan, Leyland Mini Truck, Tatra T700, VW T3 Notchback, MB 560SEC, E34 535, MB 300GD, Alpine A310, Toyota Truck Turbo, De Tomaso Longchamp, Ram 2500 Single Cab Short Bed Diesel, Jeep Scrambler, AMC Rambler American….my brain is starting to hurt. I have trouble ranking these things…

  • owl

    Not easy

    Lancia Lambda – because in 1922 it was stunningly advanced and driveable

    Citroen 22CV Traction Avant roadster – who couldn't want a mythological pre war V8 Citroen roadster – at least they printed a brochure for it even if they never made any…

    Ferrari – cos I loved them when young. But which one? 275GTB, F40, 500 Superfast. Probably a Dino 246GT because I could imagine driving it on a real road

    Porsche – because you can't not. 993 Turbo in Granite Red. Unfortunately the prices are already accellerating into the distance

    1968 Citroen DS21 Pallas semi auto in silver with a maroon roof and leather. It has the old style dash and is a good upgrade from my 74 D Super 5

    Alfa 156 2.0 twinspark. because you have to have an Alfa. Oh dammit, lets go for an SZ instead

    American car? Cord? Boss Mustang. No, that boat tail Riviera. Or a CTS-V. No sorry my friend. I'd have a Toyota 2000GT

    Citroen CX GTI Turbo series 1 – or if I cant have that, a CX Turbo Series 2. Turbo Prestige anyone?

    Lancia Stratos – the rally winner of my youth (substitute a Fulvia 1.6HF or Fulvia Zagao if Stratos's are in short supply)

    And the last choice? Has to be an AMG C63 Wagon in black with Performance Pack and upgraded stereo. Why? Because that's where my money lies at present and if it wasn't in my top 10 I'd have to sell it tomorrow…

  • C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

    I have some odd ones.

    1959 Cadillac Eldorado 'vert
    1973 Eldo 'vert
    1973 Imperial 2-door
    1990 Dodge extended-cab 4×4 Cummins-powered pickup
    McLaren F1
    1995 Fleetwood Brougham 'family' car (six-doors, but not a limousine)
    1998 Grand Cherokee 5.9L
    1991 Jaaaaag XJS V12 'vert
    1992 Porsche 928 S4
    1970 Challenger w/a 440

  • BlackIce_GTS

    Mega Track
    <img src="http://www.bestautophoto.com/images/mega-track-60-i-v12-01.jpg"&gt;
    Fun fact, there's two plate numbers (this and 2726 W73) that appear on both blue and red cars. There's five cars and four colours, I think there's two blue ones. One is slightly darker and the interior is different.
    BMW 750i (E38)
    <img src="http://www1.picturepush.com/photo/a/6225344/1024/BMW-E38-/BMW-750i.jpg&quot; width=500>
    NIssan Skyline GT-R (R32)
    <img src="http://driftjapan.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/06/r32-nissan-skyline-gt-r.jpg"&gt;
    Ferrari F40 LM GTE Evo 2
    <img src="http://u.jimdo.com/www101/o/s5aacb1a2f6f7b181/img/iaac34abfa0820e55/1278948654/orig/ferrari-f40-gte-lm-by-michelotto.jpg&quot; width=500>
    Porsche 959 Paris-Dakar '86
    <img src="http://www.mad4wheels.com/webpics/hires/00000115%20-%201986%20Porsche%20959%20Paris-Dakar/1986_Porsche_959_Paris-Dakar_004_2022.jpg&quot; width=500>
    Mazda 787B #55
    <img src="http://www.carsbase.com/photo/Mazda-787B_mp34_pic_43713.jpg&quot; width=500>
    Tatra T-813 8×8 Kolos
    <img src="http://www.military-today.com/trucks/tatra_t813.jpg&quot; width=500>
    TVR Cerbera Speed 12
    <img src="http://www.carsbase.com/photo/TVR-Cerbera_Speed_12_mp87_pic_12685.jpg&quot; width=500>
    Pictured here with the rockers falling off. Because TVR.
    Cadillac Cien
    <img src="http://www.seriouswheels.com/pics-abc/Cadillac-Cien-Pillars.jpg&quot; width=500>
    Dodge Charger R/T-SE Hemi '69
    <img src="http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/bb130/flowers_red/1969-dodge-charger-rt.jpg&quot; width=500>

  • In no particular order:
    1) Mercedes-Benz 300TD (W123)
    2) BMW M5 (E39)
    3) McLaren F1
    4) Ford Mustang Boss 302 (2013)
    5) Jaguar E-Type (Series 1)
    6) Honda NSX Type-R
    7) Cadillac Eldorado (1967)
    8) GMC Typhoon
    9) Mercedes-Benz 600 (W100)
    10) MGB GT

  • sunbeammadd

    So difficult to narrow down to just 10.

    Lancia Fulvia
    Sunbeam Lotus
    Peugeot 205GTi
    E Body Challenger/Barracuda
    Ferrari 512S
    Hillman Imp and variants
    Sunbeam 3 Litre Super Sports
    Lancia Stratos
    Jaguar D Type/XKSS
    Type 35 Bugatti

  • Cdubya

    Let's refine the R8 on my list to an R8 Spyder…

  • Hopman

    I'll amend my top ten to Ten Cars in My Fantasy Garage:

    1. Delorean DMC-12
    2. GMC Syclone / Typhoon
    3. Hudson Hornet
    4. SAAB 900 turbo 3-door hatchback
    5. any vintage Mack truck
    6. VW Type 2 (micro bus)
    7. Dodge Lil' Red Express
    8. Ford GT 40
    9. Chevy Lumina APV (dont laugh at this one)
    10. Nisssan 240 Z

  • 3304HL

    1962 Bertone Ferrari 250GT
    Lotus elite(14)
    GT-40 based Mirage
    1927 GP Delage – most beautiful engine I've ever seen
    Cunnungham CR4K
    Monteverdi Hai
    Meyers Manx – thanks Bruce!
    Bugatti T-37 Atlantic
    Sabarro Alfa Diva
    Tom Gloy's 32 Ford roadster

  • sporty88au

    The selections changed while writing this, and not necessarily in order:

    Porsche 911 (ideally a Singer 911, but will settle for any air-cooled 911 up to and including the 964)
    Holden VE SS Ute
    Tatra T603
    Moto Guzzi 1000S
    VW Type 3 squareback (one of the cars I learned to drive in)
    DeLorean DMC-12
    Ford XB Falcon coupe
    Ferrari 250GT Lusso
    Porsche 550 Spyder
    1965 Plymouth Valiant convertible (my current project car)

    Edit: not 10 minutes later, and I want to replace the 550, the Falcon, the Holden ute and the DeLorean with the following:

    Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing
    TVR Griffith
    1932 Ford roadster (hot-rodded, fenderless, painted black or dark blue, Chrysler Hemi engine, Halibrand-style wheels)
    De Tomaso Pantera

    Considering some of my choices, I probably need a truck and a trailer as well.

    Another edit: Can I just have a Top 100?

  • gomerpig

    From fond childhood memories:
    1 – '71 Datsun 240z
    2 – '64 Plymouth Fury 9 passenger wagon, the whole baseball team fit in it just fine – good times

    From childhood fantasies:
    3 – '69 Dodge Charger, from the Duke Boys but in triple black
    4 – '77 Pontiac Trans Am Se with the screamin' eagle, as driven by the bandit

    What I might hope to own if my kids get scholarships to college instead of me paying for it:
    5 – '65 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible, red and matching numbers please
    6 – '64 Mercury Comet Caliente Convertible

    What I'll love but never own:
    7 – Any of the late 60's Plymouth GTX's
    8 – Any BMW 507
    9 – Early 60's Alpha Giulietta Sprint
    10 – '65 Jaguar E-type, yeah I know

  • scroggzilla

    Mercedes Benz 300SEL 6.3
    Maserati Mexico
    BMW Z3 Coupe, or M Coupe
    Pre-1974 Porsche 911 S
    1964 Imperial Crown Convertible
    Mk1 Ford Escort Twin Cam or RS1600
    Lancia Fulvia coupe….preferable a Series I or II HF
    Chrysler Valiant Charger…preferable an E38 or E49
    Chevrolet Corvair Yenko Stinger
    Nissan Skyline GT-R KPGC-10

  • Modeleccentric

    Wow. I saw the list yesterday and NEARLY began, but I had to shuffle off to work, dangitall. Now, Cuppa Jo nearby, I offer this, In no order of preference:

    1.) ASA 1000 GT.
    2.) Ferarri 250 SWB
    3.) ATS 2500 GT
    4.) Celica Supra ( Does it count that I have one?)
    5) Corolla GTS- The Proper rear drive model, with lusty little 4-age engine.
    6) Kougar, as I'm too big for a Caterham.
    7.) Allard J-2
    8.) Datsun 240 Z
    9.) 1986 W126 S-class LWB with AMG tuned engine. Please?
    10.) Morgan Trike. Yeah, I know I can't fit into a Caterham, but I can put it on a shelf in my garage and look at it , can't I ?

    The usual disclaimers apply, as I've already changed it twice….

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