The old gullwing is a dinosaur compared to the types of cars you normally see from me, but since it’s Car Week, I wanted to bring something interesting and different to the party.
Welcome to the second part of my annual Top
10 17 list. Today, I will be going through my favorite “big” cars that I have acquired in the past year. This list is not limited to just the models released in 2017, so you will find old, rare gems alongside modern pieces. Again, everything here is based on my own opinion,…
Firstly, welcome to the new year! Secondly, I have part one of my annual Top
10 17 list for you guys, at last!
I want in on the action.
The hatchback STi comes in second place on this list.
Numero tres. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X.
Coming in at #4 is the Nissan Skyline, but it’s not the Skyline you’re expecting.
I wonder what this week’s theme will be...
The Giulia makes a reappearance.
I wasn’t supposed to be buying these again. But then again, who listens to their own advice?
We’ve made it to the end of the week, so here’s a quartet of ///M-cars to celebrate.
Let’s switch to the V8. This is the E90-generation M3.
The modern-day fan-favorite, the E46 M3.
Ooh, this one’s my favorite.
I’ve been away for too long; it’s time to get back to posting regular content. Let’s start with my latest steal, the BMW M3 (E30) Sport Evolution, from AUTOart.
The BMW M5 (E60), by Kyosho.
The BMW M2 Coupe, by Minichamps.
As a follow-up to the last post, here I present the latest Aventador variant from AUTOart: the Aventador LP 750-4 SV. Superveloce. Super fast.
There’s nothing hotter than a pink Lamborghini. I’ve had this sitting on my desk the past couple weeks and let me tell you.....MAJOR distraction.