If Money Was No Object...

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  1. windtalkerways

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    Name your fantasy car...

    I'd take a '67 'Stang.
     
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    I would have to say the Batmobile ( Batman Returns 1994?) Provided it actually did all the things it did in the movie.:biggrin1:

    Or, Just a Ford f350, Green (dark) and bright lights.:rolleyes:
     
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    Bright lights...an easy to please guy! :tongue:
     
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    I'll take any of the higher models of BMW for everyday reliability and comfort...

    And for show: '72 Gran Torino Sport (Red) for me, '69 Fairlane Cobra (Yellow) for Dad.
     
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    Well, a 427 shelby cobra racer, or 1968 Ford GT40 Lemans race car
    Or, mabey a 1970 Olds Cutlass w30 442 .
     
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    If money were no object, I'd have a fleet probably 2nd only to Jay Leno! :biggrin1:

    1964 Mustang
    Original T-Bird
    Tucker Torpedo (only 48 made!)
    "Tucker 48" (a $200,000 replica, so I could actually drive it!)
    Delorean
    Chevy SSR
    Pontiac Solstice
    Ford Model A Roadster
    1958 Plymouth Fury
    1959 Ford Skyliner Retractable
    many others I'm forgetting at the moment
     
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    1929 Duesenberg Model J
     
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    My Dads 1967 camaro, piece of art
     
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    Heh, I rode jump seat in one for about 25 minutes when I was 16. It was one of the great days of my life although at full boost it was so frickin' loud I thought blood was going to come out of my head.
     
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    either Ferrari f430 or Lamborghini Gallardo...hell, you said money no object?? BOTH! in red please.
     
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    It would have to be the Diablo from the movie Exit Wounds, with DMX in it :tongue:
     
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    Come on now everyone...if money was no object. Mine would most definitely be this" ..in RED

    2005 Bentley Continental GT....$177,420
     
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    I'm kind of a TV car freak, so right off of the bat I'd have to say:

    The '69 DODGE CHARGER/ GENERAL LEE FROM THE DUKES OF HAZZARD

    The GMC VAN FROM THE A-TEAM
    The 1984 PONTIAC FIREBIRD FROM KNIGHT RIDER
    And from a movie, I'd definitely go with the '77 TRANSAM FROM SMOKEY & THE BANDIT.
     
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    cars stink. if money's no object, i'd much sooner have a dinosaur.
     
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    Probably this.
     
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    Your My Kind of Man.

    The 1977 Special Edition was a beautiful car.

    in 1978 they updated the suspention to handle better, with the WS6 package. Same car, better suspention.

    C
     
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