Jay’s car is one wicked ride...so wicked that I wrote it up a few days ago.
Technically he wasn’t Russian...he was Lithuanian...
Ooo ooo, I wanna play this game.
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You can find all kinds of videos of cars driving — my favorite has to be this helmet cam on a Ford GT40.
Thanks Clemsie — it was good times.
Yup, best car event...EVER!
It would sit right next to all those episodes of USA top gear and Wheeler Dealers on my DVR...who has time to watch TV in the 21st century?
Yeah, cierre opuesto was what google translate came up and I assumed it was a total fail...BUT, went with it anyway! Contravolanteo sounds so much cooler.
150,000 pesos for that Mustang. What is that, like $4.50 USD?
How would you describe oppositelock to a complete newbie/stranger?
Ike — of course!!
I agree with the Ms Unpronouncable last names thesis only because this hoarding and investor class of car buyers have driven some interesting/cool cars out of the realm of the regular guy. E30 M3? Aircooled 911? Mustang Fastback? Remember when these were affordable and people owned them because they were awesome to…
I hate to be “that guy” but I’m going to go with MEH on all three of those cars. Sorry!! Styled by the committee to not offend committee.
I know, that thing is a beauty wrapped in 85 years of crusty crust,
Oui oui is a non-non.
La Tatoo. Must be French.
I try to attend Monterey Historics every year (I am in California)...and it is also a great event.
I was at the event in 2008 — best weekend for motorsports ever!