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Old 01-28-2019, 11:13 PM
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Lamborghini Miura SV is one of the prettiest cars of all time.
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The GT and R8 get my votes.
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Old 01-29-2019, 10:10 AM
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This is my "mid-engine" car. Which I have along side my C7. Personally, I really like the lines of the R8, more so than the Lambo, IMO. this one is also the RWS model, so its rear wheel only and is made on the same assembly line as their LMS race car.

That's a keeper! 1 of 320 in the U.S.
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Old 01-29-2019, 10:18 AM
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458 and 488. Both lust worthy, the 458 appeals more to me because the lack of the large rear intake. This brings me to the one issue with the ME C8 test cars we have seen. It's not necessary the leading edge of the intake, it's the way it comes off the rear quarter at the top, this area.


That has been on all the cars we have seen, could be fake, it certainly looks uninspired to me.

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I saw one of these (in this color) on the road recently and in person they are absolutely stunning. I work right down the road from Ron Tonkin Ferrari, so I see way more Ferrari's driving around than I do Corvettes.

To me, the 488 is the best looking mid engine design of all time.

I agree although the La Ferrari is possibly more stunning, especially in person. However the cost is off the charts......
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Old 01-29-2019, 11:44 AM
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Ok, beautiful lines, agressive and purposeful hyper car. Ya think GM has any chance of getting that mix in a 100k car? And I know, 100k may be high or low, who knows. Lol

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Good investment. If you purchase one now for the current value of $3mil., you would double your money in a year. Peanuts for a guy like you.
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Old 01-29-2019, 12:19 PM
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Good investment. If you purchase one now for the current value of $3mil., you would double your money in a year. Peanuts for a guy like you.
Lol, guy like me! Haha, love it. I live comfortable not generational wealthy. Plus that over my budget for any car!

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Originally Posted by 99999 View Post
This is my "mid-engine" car. Which I have along side my C7. Personally, I really like the lines of the R8, more so than the Lambo, IMO. this one is also the RWS model, so its rear wheel only and is made on the same assembly line as their LMS race car.

I want to change my answer now.... Sexy...I don't need the RWS only model though....I'll take a "plain" one
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How new does it have to be to be considered "modern"?


Oooof.

Kind of an itch to pick up a 308 and get a GTO kit for it. Those cars are gorgeous.
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Oooof.

Kind of an itch to pick up a 308 and get a GTO kit for it. Those cars are gorgeous.
Best I have ever seen that car look!

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IMO The La Ferrari is incredible but for pure styling, the 488 is the sexiest modern car.
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This is my "mid-engine" car. Which I have along side my C7. Personally, I really like the lines of the R8, more so than the Lambo, IMO. this one is also the RWS model, so its rear wheel only and is made on the same assembly line as their LMS race car.

Your garage styling is amazing. Who did that floor? Love that it covers the foundation as well.
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Originally Posted by 99999 View Post
This is my "mid-engine" car. Which I have along side my C7. Personally, I really like the lines of the R8, more so than the Lambo, IMO. this one is also the RWS model, so its rear wheel only and is made on the same assembly line as their LMS race car.

Heck with the car luv your house Brother - man thats so cool
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Originally Posted by oregonsharkman View Post
I saw one of these (in this color) on the road recently and in person they are absolutely stunning. I work right down the road from Ron Tonkin Ferrari, so I see way more Ferrari's driving around than I do Corvettes.

To me, the 488 is the best looking mid engine design of all time.

I agree. 488 in person is an amazing sight, especially when its in motion and not just sitting in a parking lot.

There are a lot of good looking cars. My list:

Gallardo
Huracan
458/488
LaFerrari
McLaren 570, 650, 720
918 Spyder
Ford GT

Well dam its easier just to say i like anything i CAN'T afford!!!
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I'm partial to form following function and one of the most amazing looking ME cars that I love to look at is probably the least practical car on the planet...


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I'm partial to form following function and one of the most amazing looking ME cars that I love to look at is probably the least practical car on the planet...


BAC Mono for the uninitiated.
I had read about those and hadn't seen much lately. Tell ya what, if I had the money I'd have one for track days. Thanks for the reminder of what i can't have! Lol

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Old 02-02-2019, 07:18 PM
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Beautiful, did it ever make production in that form, thought it was a prototype? It is spectacular!

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Beautiful, did it ever make production in that form, thought it was a prototype? It is spectacular!

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The proportions of this AM are not only obsolete for AM's FE cars, but completely wrong for their ME car. A C5 and a C7 is the way to go for FE and ME cars alike.


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