Just like this one. It feels over the top and not at all cool, in a way that the outgoing model just barely wasn’t. Like a Hummer or a 300C with too much aftermarket chrome. It feels like it’s trying too hard to be the smug, cool rich boy’s toy it’s supposed to be.
Both at Dutton. But separate instances. Still worthy of mention. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Viper of the latest vintage.
It’s about how to drive a car properly. Printed England ~1933.
Found this on the way down to a run at Studley Park. This morning I’ve shared an MX and now an XM too.
Is small. Is pretty. Is unmolested.
In the wrong color. Should be dat green
Not common in Melbourne. But not "dumb us regulation rare"
This is a French car specialist shop and it has cool stuff from time to time
Next to the F40. Also a Cullman.
Mint condition. Incredible. 1986 model with 82,000kms. Clearly been treated with kid gloves.
Do you say “Delica” in the same manner that you say “Celica”?
He’s one of us. He’s an everyman. He just likes cool cars because they’re cool. He knows all kinds of crazy car stuff because that’s the plight of the true enthusiast.
Got an invite to Sandown from a mate who’s dad was taking his Holden HQ out. I’d forgotten how much concentrated awesome attends these things on a regular weekend.
I don’t wanna see any Mitsu hate in this post. I know America in particular are not a fan, and maybe Mitsu deserve it. But they’ve made some damn cool cars and this is a place of celebration and mourning. And so help me if I hear “DSM”...
After pip suggesting it maybe two years running. Loved it. I get a real kick out of just ogling this stuff.
WA plates. Imagine divine 3000km through the desert in this.
It’s always here and I’m not certain why. Missing a fair bit of clear coat if you can't tell