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aussiesmg HalfDork
12/27/08 2:14 a.m.


Dorsai New Reader
12/27/08 1:28 p.m.


TR-7 or TR-8

'72 Olds 442 convertible

'71 Challenger or Barracuda

'01 Miata SE, BRG, swap out the six speed for a five speed box



Sunbeam Tiger

Datsun 1600/200

Volvo 1800

72 Celica restomod


Lotus Elise/Elige

ValuePack HalfDork
12/27/08 1:48 p.m.

One of everything Subaru made in the '80s, and a DD'er WRX of some flavor

hot rod RWD turbo Volvo

2 stroke Saab

a "fat chick" rally Beetle, and a street oriented Super with an EJ22

Yugo GVX

swallowtail Rabbit with a TDI swap

'70s Celica

'83 Civic 1500S in black

MKI Scirocco

1st gen Miata 1.8

Vanishing Point syle Challenger

323 GTX

MKI rally Escort (not to be mistaken with a 1st gen US car)

Datsun 510 wagon

Datsun 120Y(Top Gear viewers will know the car I want)

another '90 or '91 Realtime Civic wagon

Saab 900 SPG


C10 or C110 Skyline 2000GT-R(unobtanium)

senador New Reader
12/27/08 2:21 p.m.


Original Mini (almost bought one for $4000)


any Lancer Evo


Omni GLH


Any Locost/Catheram/Seven Clone kit car.

aussiesmg HalfDork
12/27/08 2:28 p.m.
maroon92 wrote: RX-7 Stage Rally Lincoln Town Car (I am slightly twisted)

I have 4 town cars and 2 RX7s yet my stage rally car is a 85 Z28, I have to say I like the way you think.

jwdmotorsports Reader
12/27/08 2:44 p.m.

I'm sure I'll forget something.

Acura Integra Type R

BMW 2002 (Really want one of these right now)


Datsun 240Z

Citroen DS (Little hard to find though)

Honda CRX Si

Jeep CJ

Mazda RX-7 10AE

Mazda RX-7 FD

MG Midget

Mini Cooper (Original)

Mini Cooper (Newer one)

Corvette (Any year)

Opel GT

Porsche 911

Bradley GT


VW Bug (Original)

RWD Volvo Wagon

Evan_R New Reader
12/27/08 4:06 p.m.

I just got my first Miata, a 1996. It acts as a substitute for my real dream car - a Mk I (bugeye/frogeye) Sprite.

pinchvalve GRM+ Memberand SuperDork
12/27/08 11:36 p.m.

I don't want a Buick Lucerne.

Everything else is on the list.

jrg77 New Reader
3/3/09 12:47 p.m.
  1. Big fast stickshift 4dr. for family and business. M5
  2. Vette or Viper for city driving by myself.
  3. STi for winter driving.
  4. Mid-engine big speed car for high speed track days. NSX
  5. Mid-engine small car for AX and tight courses. MR2
  6. Big truck for towing my trailer with any of my cars on it. Sierra 2500 HD 4X4.
4cylndrfury Reader
3/3/09 2:23 p.m.

turbo AE86 trueno...

nuff said

Raze Reader
3/3/09 2:33 p.m.


LS2 GTO (manual)

80s Goodness:

Foxbody convertible 4cyl Mustang w/a 2.3Turbo swap (manual)

Starion Turbo / Conquest TSi (manual)

MkI MR2 (manual)

AE86 (manual)



Ultima GTR

C6 Corvette ZR1

mad_machine GRM+ Memberand SuperDork
3/3/09 3:14 p.m.

Porsche 944... hunting one now..

Lancia Fulvia Zagato

BMW E30 M3

Z3 M Coupe

Might have to wait a few more years.. but a Lancia Delta Integrale would be nice too

Fiat Strada TC130

poopshovel SuperDork
3/3/09 3:49 p.m.

Add to my list:

Funny...I found the CSX VNT, GNX, and Conquest all on Jalopnik.

friedgreencorrado Reader
3/3/09 8:59 p.m.

Mk.I Scirocco.

Alfa GTV.

VW Type 3.

BMW E9 (2800/3.0 CS).

BMW E24.

2nd Gen Honda CRX.

2nd Gen Toyota Supra.

Porsche 944 and 60s or70s 911.

Lotus Europa.

That's the short list..

I guess I should feel a little better seeing cars I've owned on others' lists.

aussiesmg Dork
3/3/09 9:03 p.m.
aussiesmg wrote: Let me see now, this could take a while. Oh they would all be stickshift. 72 Ranchero 351 4 speed GTV6 TR8 Triumph Stag RX4 coupe or wagon 78 F100 stepside with 4 speed 63 1/2 Galaxie 69 Mustang fastback RX7 Pacifica Lancia Beta coupe 323 GTX Lotus any Lotus (quote) Jensen Healey BMW M6 older one Sunbeam Tiger Ford Laser TX3 turbo (aussie) MK 1 Escort Lotus Cortina XB GT Falcon 351 4 speed (Aussie) Iso Griffo R32 GTR S13 SR20DET Less Grassroots but definately a 930 turbo late production with the 5 speed. Note I will never own a FWD if I can help it I have owned a Isuzu Impulse JR Turbo

PS I now have a Triumph Stag...woohoo

friedgreencorrado Reader
3/3/09 10:10 p.m.
aussiesmg wrote: PS I now have a Triumph Stag...woohoo

I'd love a Stag or a TR8. One of the reasons I love Triumph so much is that (IMO), they're the only `old school' British car company that tried to design a modern product.

OTOH, I wonder where my old GT6 is...one of my racing buddies let me park it at his place out in the country when I got divorced, but I haven't seen it for 10yrs. Maybe I should give him a call..

4cylndrfury Reader
3/4/09 7:01 a.m.
poopshovel wrote: Add to my list: Funny...I found the CSX VNT, GNX, and Conquest all on Jalopnik.

GLH's and Conquests/Starions are dead sexy...well played sir!!!

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