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Two Gallardos One F430 heading to the Auction in South Orlando

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Saw some beauties today when out and about:

black 2010 Camaro 1SS

black 2010 Solstice Targa

black 2009 G8 GXP 6MT.

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I keep seeing newer Solaras in my rear view mirror, and mistaking them for Genesis coupes.

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'63 Chevy Nova II 2-dr hardtop pro-street car, tubbed, caged, surgically clean, flawless but yellow.

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This last week I saw 3 XKs, all convertibles, all different colors...light blue, silver, a darker blue.

On my way to Lowell today I saw an orange Challenger SRT8 parked at a pub...I felt tempted to pull a U-turn going 45 on a busy road but decided against it. :P

The only Honda I can say I really desire: a beautiful black NSX.

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Drove by our local Chevrolet dealership, and they had a yellow Camaro! Standing next to it, it doesn't seem as big as I expected. Outward visibility does seem "compromised," but I could get used to it. Interior looks good, plastics aren't mushy but they are soft/rubber feeling. Stereo and controls look/feel good. Door panels look good, arm rests are cushioned. I don't see what all the complaining about the interior is, really. Trunk opening is small, but trunk is large.

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whats that new jag that "greets you" when you start it up? The jag dealer lives near me and is driving it.

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Silver G8 GXP and it sounded great... I gave the driver a 55ish year old man a huge thumbs up as I was driving by in the SLE, he smiled and said nice Bonneville too!

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Yesterday was a Chevelle day. I saw atleast 5 of all different years. I think one was a 65, one a 68, a 70, a 72, and some other one that fits in between two of those.

Also, a Porsche 944 and a slew of cars for sale. An original VW Cabriolet, a third gen Camaro, two third gen Firebirds, a lifted two-door Cherokee, an old 70 or so Buick Skylark (will have a pic up sometime today) and an 80 or so Chevy Pickup that was lifted with mud-diggers and a sweet paint job that was professionally covered with fresh mud. :P

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1987 monte carlo aerocoupe (relative) a cherry 1986-7 olds cutlass black with paint so fine you can see the cars reflections from the road (a solid 20yds away) and a formula firebird in need of much love.

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like that but all orange and no front clip... sigh.

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Yesterday I was following a GT3 911 in my wagon, I guess the old beast scared the guy - he pulled over and waved me by! :lol:

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I had some time to kill this afternoon, so I went and looked at a non-metallic beige Kia Soul with tan and gray houndstooth interior. They also had a coffee brown one with the same interior. My mom still wants one. They're cooler than an xB, I'll give them that, not bad really. White Suede Fusion Hybrid. Cool color on a hideous car... aqua blue Mazda 3. And a stunning white Challenger R/T... all at their respective dealers. I was going to go for a drive to check for Camaros, but none yet show up on Chevy's web locator within 100 miles of me... sigh.
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New white Challenger R/T with factory black stripes/markings and the 20" chromies...following me then me following him, side by side, vice verse for about 10 miles as I was speeding up through PA yesterday, on my way to Bethlehem.

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Fun, and one heck of a cool car on the road...he admired me and I admired him. Then a new black M3 driven by a girl somehow appeared and kept trying to tag along with our hotness, but just didn't have the visual :AH-HA_wink:

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Today I saw...

White Mercedes CL

Light blue '60s Dodge Tradesman van

Blue-green Triumph Spitfire & maroon Triumph Stag

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I got to drive Excitement!!! this weekend in Colorado..had a Pontiac Vibe rental from Alamo. Meh. wierd inside, wierd outside, hard to see when backing up (very poor rear quarter visibility). Didn't see too much memorable when I was out and about, besides a rusty orange '69 Dodge Charger that I remember seeing about 10 years ago in Colorado Springs, still around there now; and a dark blue '05-09 Mustang GT with Italian number plates on the front and rear.

Also saw a white '10 Fusion Hybrid, first '10 Fusion I've seen..sharp looking car.

Also saw a black LaForza, haven't seen one of those in ages.

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My mom is funny. She likes the Kia Soul and the Nissan Cube, so we went for a test drive in each yesterday evening. Only she made ME drive. The Soul is sportier looking inside and out than the Cube. The Cube has a nicer interior and rides more comfortably, but I just cannot glom onto the CVT. And the Cube looks soooo weird. She likes the Cube better after the "test ride".
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'58-59 Ford panel truck, ambling down I-78 East.

'56 Bel Air 4-dr sedan, 2-tone blue

'50 Cadillac 4-dr sedan, a disgusting non-stock pink.

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A Dodge Grand Caravan covered in binary code.

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Well, this is what I'd call more bittersweet: my old Sierra! It was two ahead of me when I first spotted it, a stupid Civic was between us. It soon turned off and then I could see how dirty it was. New owner also had a hitch put on it, and vent visors... not to mention fuzzy dice hanging from the mirror. At the next red light, I seized an opportunity. I slipped the Cobalt up into neutral, set the brake and ran up to speak to the grizzled, 50-something driver.

"Hey I don't mean to scare ya, but this is my old truck! I traded this truck in at Red Lion Chevrolet." He got a surprised look on his face. I said "How's it running for ya?"

"Well, I just got it back from them, the damned posi unit was skipping on tight turns. They had the rear out of it. It still ain't right. This was your truck, huh? That's incredible." And the light turned green, I had to run.

So my beautiful former 2007 Sierra is having a hard life. I never thought I'd see it again, since the dealership I traded it to is like 30 miles from me. At this point, I wish I hadn't seen how it's being treated, sigh...:(

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