Love the first gen Daytona. Every time I see a picture of a clean one it makes me want another. I've had one second gen (with the smooth, flipup headlight nose) and a first gen Turbo Z car that was godawful gold.
I like to compare it to the third gen Camaro, even though the Camaro was a proper RWD muscle car, with a V8 and all, and the Daytona was a FWD econosportsbox -- there was always the Daytona Shelby Z, with 175hp/175tq. The Camaro at the time only had more power (190hp) in its Z28 trim. But IIRC the Shelby Z was outpacing the Z28 camaro of the same era.
Plus, third gen Camaros always had a flat, thin look to them.
Anemic muscle car:
Shelby Z hoss:
I'd love to have another Daytona. They're cool. Never had a t-top one, and that'd be my choice if I ever got one again. They look pretty sweet.
You got some weeeeedddd?
shhh, it's not hippie-painted
I much prefer the 1969 Barracuda to that one (1970?)
1938 beetle best beetle.
Call me bland, but this is probably one of the best looking cars to me, the 2000 Honda Civic:
I love the basic look. Nice colour too.
Lemme just park this here...
1969 Buick Riviera
Gimme gimme GIMME
Page 75 needs some of these:
Why does the whole back end turn up/in behind the back door suddenly? Looks bent
so that you can't see anything in your rear view mirrors
Maserati Quattroporte. What a perfect family car
I want to move to a small town and France and just drive one of these all day
Dodge RAM 1500 CrewCab Sport
But he also has a '67 Spider which we took all the way to Milan for the Alfa Romeo Centenary celebrations and it didn't skip a beat, pic I took of it at the top of the Alps with the Mito he owned briefly:
So swings and roundabouts I suppose.
There's an example of a small funny and pretty car that turned into pure shit over the years
I like the MiTo :C.
Well, the turbo Multiair one.
Wait, they're still making the MiTo. It's smaller than the Brera (Which is quite the attractive car).
I don't like new alfas that much. They're cool looking, but when fiat bought the brand, a small part of it died.
And yes, the stereotype is somewhat accurate. They're more like... Hobby / Weekend cars, not something you drive daily. Well, 'cept for the new ecoboxes.
I see one of these at a mall for some sort of raffle when I was doing football in the summer, it was love a first sight. Really wish I could afford one.
My brother has an Alfa GT 1600 junior as a summer car. I love how the 1600 looks.