They just don't make 'em like this any more...
^^ Didn't Hitler have one off those?
Here's a 1971 Honda 1300 Coupe 9, I've had one sitting on our property since 72" I remember my dad taking me for joy rides as a kid. If the web is correct there's only 3 in North America.
It has a air cooled motorcycle style engine with quad carb's and revs to 9000rpm!
All jokes aside, American manufactures really have made some pretty cars. Unfortunately, most of them were long before my time. I also can't argue with traditional v8 power plants. They are simple, cheap and easy to work on.
That last merc and Honda look great.
1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale I believe. Old college buddy just added this to his stable. Going to get a rotissiere rebuild and will sit next to his 1937 Lincoln Zephyr or his 50 Ford ragtop or his 57 Ford Skyliner. Nice to be dual income and no kids...
That Honda 1300 looks like the kind of car you could just throw around... joy rides indeed.
Just saw a G8 GT today, first one in a long time. Looked great.Attachment 281886
Now I am a Pontiac guy and got to love those old Bonie's.
My Pontiac got some new shoes!
This 70 GTO as an example : http://v8tvshow.com/content/view/724/98/ L92 6.2 liter motor that comes in several GM's now, does 12's in the 1/4, 418hp at the the wheels, Does well in Auto Cross and gets 23mpg at 80mph with the 6speed OD transmission. Whats not to love about that?
Build thread on the car: http://www.pro-touring.com/showthrea...TO-Version-2-0
Very nice grim.
1988 300CE twin turbo "Widebody"
1967 230 "Heckflosse" currently for sale in my area and on ebay
Oh, and your Pontiac looks hot. I dig the color.
1958 220S, supposedly owned by Brian Epstein
I love the wood accents on the door for some reason.