Topic: OK, so you've won the lottery...
#21 Dec 7, 2007 at 8:49 pmMan I gotta say, if I could choose any ten cars to own and drive, I would die from excitement before I even got to pick em out. My list has more of a passion towards certain cars not just the fastes or most expensive.
1: 1998 Toyota Supra
2: 3rd Gen Toyota Mr2 (had 1st gen & someone else wrecked it, but I loved every moment of that car)
3: 2002/2004 Cadillac Escalade EXT
4: 1970 Chevy Nova (mostly so I could rub it in my dad's face)
5: Salleen S7
6: Ferrari Enzo (Gotta have something extemely exzotic)
7: Phantom (i would drive slow as hell drivin this car, just so everyone could stare)
8: 1964 convertable Impala
9: 2005/2006 Ford Tonka Truck (just to be big boss of the road)
10: Lamborgini Diablo (alright one more expensive one)
#22 Dec 10, 2007 at 11:37 pmQuote:
#23 Dec 14, 2007 at 12:17 pmI already own 10 cars.
SO......... the first thing that would have to happen "IF" I hit the lotto would be more garage space.
Then I'd go for:
Another '57 Chevy (like I need one).
'86-88 SS Monte.
'06-07 SS Monte.
Possibly an '02-04 Monte in yellow with the Nascar flag decals.
Maybe a Camaro. Year to be determined.
#24 Dec 21, 2007 at 4:58 am1. restore and mod my t-bird
2. porche 944
5.lamborghini countach 5000-s
It is better to be thought a fool than to open ones mouth and remove all doubt.
#25 Dec 28, 2007 at 3:31 pm'08 Cadillac CTS
My big block 66 Impala SS, completely restored and upgraded!
'70 Chevelle SS 454
72 Cutlass/442 W40 Convertible
64 Pontiac GTO
68 Firebird 400 Convertible
69 Pontiac GTO
61 Chevy Impala SS
70 Corvette Convertible
97 BMW M3 coupe
#26 Dec 29, 2007 at 7:41 pmok here goes
1964 427 sc cobra
1970 MUSTANG GRABBER ( CALIPSO CORAL)
1970 bBOSS 302 in calipso coral
1970 BOSS 429 in calipso coral
1968 mustang gt 390 ( BULLITT GREEN)
1975 FORD GRAN TORINO ( STARKSY AND HUTCH)
1971 MAVERICK GRABBER ( GREEN / BLACK)
2001 AND 2008 BULLITT MUSTANGS
1970 HEMI CUDA CONVERTABLE ( CHROME YELLOW)
THATS THE FIRST 10 CARS ID BUY WITH MY MILLIONS
CopCar Collectors and Owners of America #1
#27 Feb 7, 2008 at 12:34 pmGTO Convertible, '65 (fast cruising)
GTO Post Coupe, '65 (fast straight racing)
Yenko Stinger, '66 (fast racing in the curves)
Cadillac Coupe de Ville, '61 (slow cruising)
Triumph TR-250, '67-'68 (my first car ride was in a Triumph sports car)
Jaguar E-type coupe, '61-'68 (the most beautiful car built)
Austin-Healy 3000, '59-'67 (third in my British trinity)
Pontiac Streamliner Deluxe, '49 (love the fastback look)
Pontiac Catalina, '57 (nicest looking car from the '50s IMHO)
Mazda RX-7, '93-'95 (favorite car out of Japan)
Tom in Baltimore
My Old Car Pages
#28 Mar 16, 2008 at 8:17 pmQuote:
Originally posted by mohrt Bugatti Veron ($1,700,000)
Koenigsegg CCX ($600,910)
Pagani Zonda C12 F ($741,000)
Saleen S7 ($585,000)
Mercedes SLR McLaren ($455,500)
Lamborghini Murcielago ($279,900)
Ferrari Enzo ($1,000,000)
Porche Carrera GT ($484,000)
SCC Ultimate Aero ($654,500)
That should do it
sure!! what he said
#29 Aug 20, 2008 at 6:58 pmI don't know but I would buy only 7 cars - one for every day of the week. If my Monday car was in the shop I would call work and tell them that I can't come in today because my car was in the shop!
#30 Dec 10, 2008 at 3:08 pmOk, let's go with this one, although there a LOT of you who are going to think I'm crazy.
1) Restore the 79 Thunderbird (Chloe) as my daily driver.
2) Restore the 79 Thunderbird (Daphne) as a custom, slightly hotrodded, convertible.
3) 1965 Mercury Park Lane convertible with the Sport Package, buckets, console, and 4 speed transmission.
4) 1961 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible, buckets, console and 4 speed. (This one must be as rare as hen's teeth. Don't know if they even built any of them with this combo.)
5) 1978 Fold LTD II Squire wagon, slightly hotrodded, and customized into a Thunderbird wagon.
6) 1965 Mercury Colony Park.
7) 1972 Triumph TR-6
1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible
9) 1942 Ford Delux Convertible
10) 1959 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit convertible