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  #330017 14-May-2010 09:08
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Nissan GTR Black Edition

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Nissan Skyline GTR R34 Z-Tune




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  #330018 14-May-2010 09:14
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sarg: the MP4-12C aka McLaren



 
 
 
 


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Long time favourite of mine is the Lamborghini Murciélago..  however i spent a couple of hours watching videos on youtube about the Lexus LFA.. mmmmmmm



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  #330020 14-May-2010 09:19
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Pagani Zonda or the new McLaren



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  #330021 14-May-2010 09:19
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xpd: Nissan GTR Black Edition

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Nissan Skyline GTR R34 Z-Tune








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  #330025 14-May-2010 09:39
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(drool)




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  #330158 14-May-2010 15:22
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Aston Martin DBS V12... Complete with Daniel Craig in a sexy tux :)


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  #330182 14-May-2010 16:29
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RedBull: Aston Martin DBS V12... Complete with Daniel Craig in a sexy tux :)


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Very nice :)



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  #330184 14-May-2010 16:36
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pageweon: i used to play road rash, so i wanted a bike i could swing a baseball bat from... apart from that cars never floated my boat


lol - i was exactly the same.

...but to chose one that I'd love to get my hands on:  Maserati MC12 Corsa...




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  #331027 17-May-2010 19:48
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Very cool - sub zero



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  #367136 13-Aug-2010 12:48
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New Koenigsegg CCX









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  #367142 13-Aug-2010 12:58
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And the new Porsche GTR Gemballa




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My top 5:


  1. Mclaren F1 (XP LM is the one I would chose)

  2. Mercedes 300 SLR Copue (only 2 ever made, hit 290 KPH in 1955.  Both still owned by Mercedes)

  3. Pagani Zonda Tricolore (the blue one).  Only 3 made IIRC

  4. Ford GT40 (original 1960's one, not the 'remake')

  5. Bugati Veyron Roadster


However, the one I hope to (realistically) own one day would be a R35 GTR.  I prefer the white though, its more of an ivory and makes the features stand out.  And the Japanese version with Launch Control, as 3.2 is so much better than 3.8 to 100KPH...

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My "possible could get to own" is a Lotus Elise series 2. I have always had a think for Lotus.

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