What did You See Today? (PART V)

Discussion in 'Car Pictures' started by PureEuroM3, May 16, 2009.

  1. 1989 Toyota MR2 Supercharged
     
  2. Oh yeah, and a Dusenberg worth who knows how much.
     
  3. Any pics of the Nissan Figaro in the background stangman?
     
  4. I will be shooting that garage some time next week, by the way. Will likely post some pics then.
     
  5. Yes, I do. And it's a 1991, first time I see one in the Montréal area.
     
  6. It was only made in 1991. About 20000 were built.
     
  7. yes please
     
  8. there are quite a few over here.
     
  9. Saw a ~1989 Avanti Coupe out on the freeway today. Took me quite a while to figure out what the hell it was in the distance. Once I got closer, it became pretty obvious. I've never seen one that new, though. Had color matched bumpers and rectangular headlights. Looks nice from the back and kind of awful from everywhere else.
     
  10. the beauty and the beast side by side
     
  11. The Karma is so much cooler than the Volt, but it uses almost twice as much electricity, and the Volt is fairly cool.
     
  12. Saw a RR Ghost parallel parking in a tight spot. Don't know that I'd be so bold.
     
  13. Thats not a volt
     
  14. volt/ampera/sameshit
     
  15. maybe the same underneath, but looks completely different.
     
  16. #1067 Veyronman, Jul 22, 2012
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  17. they look kinda the same. saw one driving around the other week.
     
  18. Back Diablo GT, no pics. It turned some heads in the traffic
     
  19. porsche 911 gt3. oh yeah, dat sound
     
  20. Oh shit that's probably the one I saw in town ages ago - pre phone camera ownership <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>

    I doubt there are two black Diablo GTs in Nottingham. lol
     
  21. Orange 599 GTO. :O
     
  22. tdf blue 550 and grigio 456
     
  23. love the 550 in that colour.
     
  24. Donkervoort d8 and 2 little nsu's
     

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