At my mechanics last night. Looked for Fatima but she wasn’t around.
Oh look! A (995?) Cayenne in its natural habitat.
Wow, not too many of those around. Are you in the US?
Willing to go out on a limb here and say that the GT2 is probably far more interesting to drive, except perhaps on the few very fast and smooth racetracks out there.
I can't see myself buying a Mclaren anytime soon, even with a lottery win.
Having been responsible for running Recall Campaigns for three manufacturers, I'm inclined to be empathetic with McLaren - and the owners, of course . . . but this thread is supposed to promote porn, so here's my contribution for today. It's certainly a car that raises temperatures, though not, one hopes, up to any ignition threshold:
The Lamborghini Silhouette was styled at Bertone and produced in the late seventies. Based on the Urraco, its engine is a transverse 3.0 V8. I believe only 50 -60 Silhouettes were built, so they're super-rare as well as being very 'stimulating' to look at!.
It seems some my pornography is being taken away.
917 in Laguna Seca noise restriction trim. Notice the size of the inter cooler.
the yellow car is a factory 934. (Not a 930 or 935)
the oldest car ever built! too bad they don't make comfortable cars like this anymore !!!
Glorious day to cruise!
'05 TVR Sagaris - qualifies as porn with its raunchy looks and obscene performance!
I was looking at that turbo!
Always loved the exhausts on those...
Yep . . . that's a really rude rear end Brad!
I've never myself coveted a TVR - or Lotus, or suchlike - but you have to respect and admire that muscularity and chutzpah. . .
. . . speaking of which:
Pornography is probably/certainly taking it a bit far but I have always had a hankering for a Nissan Figaro, spotted earlier today but certainly not a car you see around often in our neck of the woods.
Centerlock E88's on a 964?! Beautiful.
So when I first saw this I thought it was only a render, but its and actual car, Caravaggio C6 Super Coupe.
If the C6 had looked this good from the factory I wonder how many more they would have sold?
Maybe some of the differences are really subtle, but it looks a bit more like a Z06. I do like the roof treatment but it appears to do away with the targa top - I personally prefer it that way, but I suppose most Corvette coupe buyers like it?
My issue with the Corvette isn't the looks though, it's the understressed engine. I like to rev and shift more.
https://www.caravaggiocorvettes.com/copy-of-c6-z06-convertible is where the car came from.
I know what you mean, high revving cars are more fun and rewarding to drive well. But when I drive a c7 or my Dad's 535d... the low end torque gets super addicting... I own a car that is similar in power delivery to yours, and both of those really ruined me for a month or so on my car.
The c7 with mag ride is really a revelation to drive.
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