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  1. solo

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    No.....calm down I haven't scooped the big one. Just wondering what motors fellow forum members would buy if they dropped the six numbers. I know the other half wouldn't let me buy anything too over the top and for myself I'd probably end up getting something practical like a Transit or Primastar crew bus, but what is your dream motor?
     
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    Lambourghini LP500S - end of.
     
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    Ooooh nice. Right up there with the McLaren F1. Beautiful but no good for the school run. A lovely motor though.
     
  5. pjholybloke

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    Besides women, my first/only love. Gullwing doors, angular but sleek bodyform, air intakes like gorilla buckets, rear boots to rip roads up - :oops: sorry, back again now, I just love it.

    Ferrari launched the homologation series GTO to compete, but it looked like a Sierra in comparison.

    Timeless classic, saw one in black (surely red is righteous?) in Puerto Banus in early nineties, parked up in the marina, couldn't move for an hour.

    Sad B*****d, but I don't care.
     
  6. tim west

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    I rather like the sleek lines of the Nema S34HT1700, dead sexy! my ideal motor
     
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    :LOL: Not exactly exotic though, is it?
     
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    Suzuki GSX-R 750.
    With loads of carbon, a sexy can, and a 'pukka' paintjob. :LOL:



    To die for, literally.

    Ed
     
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    lamborghini miura.in red with the eyelashes.mmmmmmmmmm
     
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    Oak framed house ;)
     
  12. Softus

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    English, or Canadian?
     
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    European nowadays ;)
     
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    Is it true that Polish oak is shinier? :D
     
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    Reverse Polish can be rather dull..
    :eek:
     
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    Even 'French Oak' isn't French any more ;)
    (But it's not all Polish too)
     
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    Handling's terrible so I led to believe.
     
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