That interior is something I'd expect from a late 60's Jaguar or Ferrari. That is the best interior, period. I don't care about your voices of decent, it is perfect in every way. »
Sorry, Can't see an 8-Series going anywhere up an value.
The ZR-1, while it was impressive at the time, wasn't really a mouth-watering car when it came out, it was just a faster Corvette (Which, in 1991 was said with a negative connotation) It will definitely go up in value, but it won't 'explode'
The C-10? Really?… »
Toyota takes the cake.
in second place has got to be Chevrolet. Chevrolet hasn't really advertised their racing success, but it's abundant, Sure they haven't done F1 or Rally, but they've done damn near everything else either as a supplier or a factory team.
Ford really only has the 1968 LM24 to claim
Ferrari has a… »
I agree with like...3 of these. The rest don't really make much sense. A lot of them didn't make much sense when they were around. Pontiac AND Olds? Saab? Saturn? Where are they going to go? »
I think you should be executed for accidentally crashing your car into a building because you shouldn't be given any chance to affect the gene pool. »
That's fine, even if you take them on in a drag race and win by some amazing grace of a higher power, you still have to deal with the fact that, when it was new, the Type R cost as much as a 128i M-Sport, and has absolutely no luxuries to speak of, besides maybe a radio.
PROTIP: You won't win against any of them… »
This is the 3rd year in a row that Ferrari has put LMP1 cars in jeopardy. I'm sick of seeing Ferrari take out the cars we all actually care about. »
My 4Runner was totaled by the insurance company when it took a Subaru in the back. An Impreza kamakazi'd my beloved Yeti (that was it's nickname) and the frame was slightly bent. I should have just kept it as is. »
that's literally twice as many people in the whole city of Cincinnati...
Imagine if Atlanta, Georgia just disappeared. »