Justin Bimmer

Seen any cars with giant red bows?

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British Racing Green '91 or later Jaguar XJ-S... so fine.

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Car carrier, full load of 8, mismatched brands, one worthy spot: black '66 Mustang fastback with lower body stripe, no glass but solid, possible Shelby 350-H ??

'56 Chevy sedan delivery, solid but mutli-colored, parked @ service station for a few weeks now.

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College Park Honda has a new Crosstour on the lot. I like the color, a kind of light steel blue, but that's the only positive thing I can say about it. It looks every bit as bad in person as it does in the photos.

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Black Porsche Panamera Turbo. God that thing is severely disproportionate.

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1994 Buick Century... oh wait...

... New black Camaro SS.

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Saw an accident w/ two new cars yesterday evening..woman in a black '10 SRX ran a left turn redlight and got broadsided by a dark red '09/10 Dodge Ram 1500 (both still had temporary tags)...the right front door and front end of the SRX was pretty mangled...

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I saw a G3 with temps on it still...hopefully it will be the last one

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Had a new exhaust installed on my G8 at a very cool shop in Lebanon, PA (garsh, I'm racking up G8 miles like crazy...) called Old Gold Auto Inc. Didn't get the name until I peaked around more & figured out the logo with a Chevy emblem. These 3 classic Chevy examples sat inside, 1 currently at the first stages of re-do.

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LOVED them...and ORANGE!

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Baloney! Lebanon, PA? That's not too far from me! Cool pics there.

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Baloney! Lebanon, PA? That's not too far from me! Cool pics there.

Didn't think it was, hah. I expected a cool little exhaust shop, not the classic Chevy focused one I was at, with signs, posters, old plates, and, uh, those 3 cars...add in they were cheap & did perfect work, did I say I want to move to PA again?

Hah! Otherwise, of notice, only saw another G8 at a gas station in PA...black V6 with what looked like 4 sales guys in it...anymore, I'm back to never, ever seeing one.

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Two Red CTS-V on two different roads. Felt like deja-vu.

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White Sterling 800.

I've seen it around school but I couldn't figure out what until I drove past it and read the nameplate.

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There is an Old white, dilapidated Packard sitting in a Red Neck yard in Lakeland. I wish someone can rescue it.

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White Sterling 800.

I've seen it around school but I couldn't figure out what until I drove past it and read the nameplate.

Haven't seen a Sterling in ages (many years). I remember liking the 5dr hatchback version back in the day.

Recent sightings:

A sharp light blue customized early '80s Chevy stepside pickup w/ a custom rear rollpan and round '50s style taillights set into the rear fenders, tube grille, front rollpan. 20 inch or so wire wheels.

Saw a black CTS wagon on the freeway this morning, first one I've seen on the road and only the 2nd one I've seen (other was at an auto show). Sweet...

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'58 Impala coupe, white over red, for sale at my truck's original Chevy dealer (now cut-off from the new car pipeline) :(

'30-31 Packard Phaeton, blue over black fenders, cruising.

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Realized tonight on the way to the airport that the front lighting signature of the GMT-900 Silverado is very similar to a Dodge van from around 1980.

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'10 black Mercedes-Benz M-class with a red bow on the grille

'10 orange/black digital mud Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

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Saw a white Chrysler 300C Touring this morning...they look good as a wagon.

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The sharpest 2010 Milan I've seen: Tuxedo black/black leather V6 Premier with the optional 18" wheels. First time I've seen one with those wheels... very beefy and strong looking. I'd rock it!

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The sharpest 2010 Milan I've seen: Tuxedo black/black leather V6 Premier with the optional 18" wheels. First time I've seen one with those wheels... very beefy and strong looking. I'd rock it!

A Voga edition, perhaps? Sounds like it. The Milan is such a nice looking sedan...even for a light refresh, big change and ritzier in the right ways than the Fusion.

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On 95 today I saw a white Miata from Ohio that was being driven by a man who looked exactly like Stanley from The Office.

I also passed by a grey GT-R this evening. Kinda unexpected.

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A Voga edition, perhaps? Sounds like it. The Milan is such a nice looking sedan...even for a light refresh, big change and ritzier in the right ways than the Fusion.

No, this one's not a Voga. Regular Mercury models have satin nickle exterior trim, the Voga has chrome trim, wheels, and white leather seats with black dash. We have a green Mariner Voga in the shop now getting repaired from an accident.

This one is like a modern version of Jack Lord's bad ass Hawaii Five-0 Mercury sedans... all black, with the satin exterior trim, but with these unusual new big fat 18" rims that give it extra swagger.

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