today driving and chrono,....
The last 'THING' you would ever expect to see on this thread but iPhotos reminded me of this day in 2008 and my old Land Rover,
Nice Ferrari Monza for a Sunday morning
From the whips and chains folder
Frazer-Nash at Shelsley Walsh hillclimb about 20 years ago
From the extremely curvaceous folder
More curves will be revealed later, or sooner if someone identifies it.
I'll take a guess - Triumph TR2?
Nope, TR2 would be on British "standard" 15" diameter, single row 48 spokes, steel rims and two-eared knock-ons. Not have ventilation holes in the brake drums either. In the right decade though
Think very much more curvaceous, and very very red.
Maybe one of the Ferrari 250/275 variants?
Ferrari 250 LM
Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada
OK, all y'all have worked out the country of origin. But you are not thinking of the curves.
Counterpoint - more icelandic craziness
(Last One as we leave the island tomorrow)
It isn't pretty, but Chevy may have finally produced a world class sports car.
The C5 Z06 was the first Corvette you didn't have to make excuses for and they got better from there, but this should be on an entirely different level.
“Transmission” tunnel leaves me scratching my head. As does the ipad dash.
Built on a DeLorean (Lotus) "backbone" chassis?
Hate to say it but that car does nothing for me.
I'd rather have a C6 Z06 than that.
And use the left over money for go fast parts.
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