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SEPTEMBER 2015 CAR SPOTTERS THREAD HERE!!!

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Well ya know, it's hot as blazes in my part of the world right now.  A good time for spotting some cool or unusual vehicles.  Post your spots right here!

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T-Bird scoop looks like it was born there:

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One for Bill:

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And I'll take the wagon right above it, even with that funky green color!

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My next door neighbor traded his burgundy '12 Infiniti QX56 on a new Escalade ESV in Majestic Plum Metallic...great looking beast..

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Late model GTO in bright blue with dual white up-and-overs.  Just.HOT

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My next door neighbor traded his burgundy '12 Infiniti QX56 on a new Escalade ESV in Majestic Plum Metallic...great looking beast..

That's that super deep purple, right??? I love that color!

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My next door neighbor traded his burgundy '12 Infiniti QX56 on a new Escalade ESV in Majestic Plum Metallic...great looking beast..

That's that super deep purple, right??? I love that color!

 

Yeah...looks gray or black in some lighting...

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'58 Ford F-100 fenderside, flat black, a bit crusty/bumpy, rollin'.

 

Circa 1940 Rolls Royce on a trailer, burgandy w/ black fenders. Surprisingly plain & devoid of detailing.

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Saw a clean white w/ white top '75-76 Cadillac Eldorado convertible, followed by a dark blue Ferrari 348...followed the 348 for a mile or so wondering why it looked different. Pulled up behind it at a light and noticed the horizontal bars over the taillights were missing.  Looks quite nice w/ the taillights exposed, they kind of remind me of a typical '80s horizontal Buick taillight.

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Saw one of the rare Nissan Murano CCs today, in taupe w/ the top down...still too hot for convertibles (102), but it's a sign convertible season is approaching...

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(2) '60s Ford Econoline 'flat front' pick-ups, a heavily primered/ patch-painted example prominently parked up front at a local watering hole, and an orange job inside one o those storage lot places.

'67 Coupe deVille, all primered, looking rough, looked like long-term parking in a weedy repair garage lot.

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First-gen Lightning, black, surprisingly not rusty.

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Over the weekend I saw Porsches..hundreds of Porsches of every type and variation.  Street Porsches and racing Porsches. I went to Rennsport Reunion V (I went to IV 4 years ago) at Laguna Seca Raceway near Monterey, California. Great weekend. Still tired from all the walking.

 

As far as non-Porsches, I did see a sharp red mid '50s Ferrari of some sort, an Alfa Romeo 4C in red and black, a dark red '61 Chevy Impala ht lowrider, and a bright green '63 Chevy Impala convertible lowrider. 

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