One for my friends over the pond, these two were parked up at the Nürburgring old and new very nice
Haven't been for a blast or worn this for a while...time to fix both
Toy box.....regrettably a friend's, and not mine....
F40 and Enzo (and a Carrera GT)
Just back from Lichfields beacon parks cars in the park , some of beauties I have picked out . Hard to pick a favourite but think the red Cooper S might be the one
Is that a turbine rover?
Yes it is , it was
a prototype .
I'm a sucker for the Mk II Cortina, but I had a Mk I so I may be a little biased.
And a little bit more history on JET 1 , I think I should have spent a little more time talking to the owner about its interesting history .
"Sold On 7/9/18 For $135,000"
I think that is a good sell and a good buy.
That car was certainly done right.
Excellent..... that was almost within reach. I would have needed to start working out to use the clutch without being an idiot, and I guess I can put the daily drivers back into the garage.
Just back from a French road trips with Le Mans de Classic in the middle. Lots of cools cars on the French roads. Anybody else been out there?
I've always liked the idea of built not bought. And I always told myself that 1 day I want to take a car and start fresh. The build has taken 2 years so far, it's still not complete but it's pretty damn close!
Started off as a very faded red with an engine bay that looked like it hadn't seen love in a very very long time
So when the engine blew after a fee hundred miles I took the opportunity to strip it, respray the car and upgrade/restore every part I put my hands on
Car has been painted in a very deep purple which I doubt my dodgy pictures do it any justice
Fully rebuilt and balanced engine with lightened rotors, single turbo conversion, standalone ecu etc. Everything power related has been upgraded with some of the best parts currently available.
Still bedding in the new engine before it can go for tuning and get the boost turned up
Like I said though, it's not finished... But I'm getting there slowly
Wow very nice!
Did you keep the Regamasters?
Yes I did please ignore the white mirrors!
I had an RX-8...not quite the same but I do like the rotary!
I would love to have an FD one day...with a 4-rotor hah.
Yesterday, at Goodwood House, England (home of the Goodwood Festival of Speed) - members of the Goodwood Road Racing Club have a members open day every year, where entertainment is laid on and generally everyone rocks up, picnic on the lawn etc, and 50 or so members cars are selected for display around the carriage circle.
Sadly, it rained most of the afternoon so the turnout was low, but the show cars were still there...
Lovely Ferrari 250 GT Lusso in silver...
and that's my little Honda Insight ...
First-gen Insight @ GFoS?!?!?
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