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26%, and I didn't care for some of the questions either, though I certainly got a kick out of the last one.
Actually, I think the single biggest disgrace was that Mustang II King Cobra.
www.corvetteamerica.com has one for $695, PN 43796
"Give your Corvette an eye-catching portion of the total C5R look by installing a hot new C5R...
I am a definite muscle car fan, and I though I did not live through the original muscle car era (missed that by 2 decades), I am certainly glad to...
Grand National all the way. Nothing looks quite as intimidating as those black beasts.
It would have to be an impressive spark. Gasoline is not as flammable as many might think (as in you can throw a lit cigarette into a pool of...
Now I know what I want to do when I'm 45 and retired.
Did you see the other cars they had for sale? Incredible.
Certainly an interesting car, though I must say it looks like it would be more at home in the year 2034 than 2004.
Porsche 917K, (or perhaps a 1967 L88 Corvette if we weren't talking European)
E) All of the above
Here's a couple of the Gulf 917Ks
1) appears to be a Callaway C12 convertible (never actually seen one before, but cool nonetheless)
If they did, the ZR-1 would win <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0"...
Not just a C4, but a ZR-1
You are all missing the clear winner here: Daewoo.
I would have to say Porsche 917 as well. For whoever was asking for better photos, here's one of the three Gulf 917Ks used in the movie Le Mans.
I like the front and rear treatments on the second sketch, but the transition gets a little awkward in places.
Dark Red Metallic 1989 Corvette with 3.08 gears (or lower, to make high speed cruising a little more pleasant for the engine), a 15 gallon fuel...