(Note, they just came out with an Elise SC with a 218hp, 156ft/lb supercharged I4)
[QUOTE=AllenG;6961610]My first car was a 1972 BMW Bavaria. The four door version of that car with slightly different body work (mine also had pie plate hub caps).
It was a spectacular car. I put 360,000 miles on a single set of rings. The turn signal is on the opposite side of the wheel than normal. To this day I find myself reaching for the turn signal on the right side of the wheel.
That was my first car as well! Dad paid the equivalent of about $300 for it in 1986 when we lived in Germany. It was poo brown with rust around each wheelwell. But the engine was awesome. Dual Strombergs made that thing move, unless they were out of sync, which was about once a week.
My choice ... 1998 Reynard/Honda Champcar
Speaking of tubs isn't there a car that can be a boat or am I dreaming?
That is it! It is so baller.
You might think I'm crazy but I'm a fan of the early NSX.
Dammit. I hate Tripod.
Another whose shape I've always liked, except the OEM trailer ruins the lines.
this is the db7 Zagato
Imagination has disappeared from Aston. All their cars look the same. The 60's were the pinnacle of design.
This sure looks like fun.