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Dream Car Lineup?

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Considering all the latest concepts, upcoming models, new models, and everything already existing in the market, what would you call your dream lineup?

Supercar: Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

Sportscar: Chevrolet Camaro Z/28(?)

Sports Sedan: Pontiac G8 GTP

Luxury Car: '09 Cadillac CTS-V (Coupe when available)

Family Vehicle: Cadillac BRX or new Ford Bronco

Just for fun: Hummer H4

Truck: GMC Sierra Denali

Economy: Chevy Volt

Special Mentions: '08 Malibu, HHR SS

Oh, and you don't have to name off just GM vehicles, that's just my preference. :smilewide:

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I don't need all that.... just 3 for me.

Truck: 4-Mode Hybrid Avalanche Z71 with that new light duty diesel

Everyday car: CTS-D

Fun car: Saturn Sky with e-flex

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Here goes nothing.

Tower/hauler: Peterbuilt 379 with Cat Diesel

Amy: GMC Acadia

Me: 08 GMC 3500HD with Duramax/Allison combo

Just for fun: 09 Camaro (me) 1969 Corvette (Amy)

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Here goes nothing.

Tower/hauler: Peterbuilt 379 with Cat Diesel

Amy: GMC Acadia

Me: 08 GMC 3500HD with Duramax/Allison combo

Just for fun: 09 Camaro (me) 1969 Corvette (Amy)

On second thought, a '69 Stingray would be amazing...

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Yeah, and my wife has a definite liking to Vettes, I could probably convince her into a new one if I could, and if there were somehwere to put Heather, but right now it would have to be just a her car for fun, you know?

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Larger Vehicle for Carrying More People/items- GMC Acadia

Everyday Daily Driver: Cadillac DTS

Winter Car: 2008 Malibu LT2 V6 or Bare-Bones CTS4

City Car: Chevy Volt

Project Car: 1990-92 Toronado, LT1 Roadmaster, or Aurora.

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I'd like to ammend my above post...

Long-range transport: Lockheed-Martin C-5B Galaxy (that way I can pack ALL my stuff into it and go wherever I want)

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Larger Vehicle for Carrying More People/items- GMC Acadia

Everyday Daily Driver: Cadillac DTS

Winter Car: 2008 Malibu LT2 V6 or Bare-Bones CTS4

City Car: Chevy Volt

Project Car: 1990-92 Toronado, LT1 Roadmaster, or Aurora.

I'll minimize my selection to reflect your categories...

Larger Vehicle: Cadillac BRX or new Ford Bronco

Everyday Daily Driver/Winter Car: 2010 Cadillac CTS4 Wagon (when applicable) with 3.6L DI

Summer Car: 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28(?)

City Car: 2010 Chevrolet Volt

Project Car: 1969 Corvette Stingray ZL1

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My Daily Driver: Cobalt Sedan Turbo

Fiance's Daily Driver: CTS-V stick

Weekend Toy: Corvette Z06

Garaged Car: 50th Anniversary Corvette Z06

Hauler: Chevy Silverado Duramax 2500HD

Put Put Cars: Couple of Tata Nano >> We were looking for a couple of Ninjas, but the TATA will change our minds :lol:

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Supercar: 1935 Duesenberg SSJ LaGrande roadster (a 4700-pound car that could do 160 MPH in 1935 is infinitely more of a supercar than ANY grossly overpriced modern European $h!box at half the weight is, regardless of top speed!)

Sportscar: 1932 Packard Light Eight coupe-roadster

Sports Sedan: 1933 Duesenberg SJ Arlington Torpedo (the famous "Twenty Grand" Duesenberg for you amateurs :P )

Luxury Car: 1929 Duesenberg J Barker Town Car

Family Vehicle: 1970 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser (one of the three that snuck out of the factory with the 442 package, probably the oldest car of the dream fleet I could convince the girl to drive!)

Just for fun: Brewster-bodied 1915 Crane-Simplex rumble seat roadster

Truck: 1973-1987 Chevrolet/GMC K30 (custom built to my specs)

Economy: 1961 Pontiac Tempest coupe with the Indy Four

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I took it as a more "look at what is available, past, present, and future (or should be near-future) and build yourself a garage full"

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Having filled (and emptied) the garage repeatedly, I'm not sure how to restrict the list.

So, I'll just restrict myself to recent, new, upcoming , and concept for this post. Older stuff would take pages of space.

Recent: Another '04-'06 GTO

New: Corvette ZR1

Upcoming: G8 ST GXP and G8 Sportwagon GXP

Concept: Hummer HX

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'09 CTS-V

'09 Camaro SS

GMC Acadia SLT AWD

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hmmm...

daily driver: G8 GT

luxury: CTS-V

for fun: 69 Corvette L88

for work: Tahoe or Avalanche

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The new Tata is enough, but like all Tatas it should come in pairs :rotflmao:

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For older stuff, here is a very abbreviated list:

1970 El Camino LS6 454 SS

1970 Chevelle LS6 454

1970 Chevelle LS6 454 Convertible

* all of the above in Black w/ white stripes and a 4spd.

1987 GNX

1991/92 Firehawk

1973 Firebird Formula 455SD 4spd.

1989 Trans Am turbo Pace car

1995 Corvette ZR1

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The new Tata is enough, but like all Tatas it should come in pairs :rotflmao:

Dude better get some quick it seems you need them more than anybody else. But they are too tiny for my taste. Until they come with big Tatas, I have to look for something else.

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Only really need two cars.

For weekdays: '08 Nighthawk Black Acura TSX, tan/black leather interior with wood trim, navigation, els surround, 6sp manual.

For weekends: Pagani Zonda-F.

But..... if I do decide to get a boat I would definitely purchase a new Toyota Tundra! I would use the Tundra to tow the boat around. I would also purchase a Ford F150 whenever I need to haul cargo around in the bed..... as to not damage my Tundra's tailgate of course.

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I rather have 25 Tatas than one Tundra.

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I rather have 25 Tatas than one Tundra.

Yeah those when put in series can tow siegen's TURD after it breaks down.

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What has 50 working cylinders, 104 tires, and a snapped camshaft? My 25 Tatas towing siegen's Tundra. :smilewide:

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What has 50 working cylinders, 104 tires, and a snapped camshaft? My 25 Tatas towing siegen's Tundra. :smilewide:

AND 875 HP. Talk about modern day Santa NANO Slade. :rotflmao:

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:lol: Ohhh the Tundra's woes and the Tatas galore... :P
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Here's mine:

Supercar: 1931 Cadillac V16 dual cowl phaeton

Sportscar: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette ZL1 (the daytona yellow one with tuxedo black stripes)

Sports Sedan: 2009 Cadillac CTS-V

Luxury Car: 2008 Mercedes Benz CL600 hardtop

Family Vehicle: 1959 Buick Electra 225 flat-top four door hardtop

Just for fun: 1961 Cadillac Coupe deVille 2dr hardtop, yellow or baby blue with white interior

Truck: 1937 Chevrolet Truck with a tube-chassis & Duramax Diesel Turbo

Economy: 1969 Chevrolet Corvair Monza, two-door hardtop with a 4-speed manual

That's how I roll, A'ight!

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