Friday, December 17, 2010

What is your dream car?


If money was no object.
Or, if things were just a little better.

What car would you actually buy???

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

the new 5 serie wagon from bmw

Anonymous said...

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Education Project said...

I'd have Ford make me it's Super-Chief or Interceptor concept, or make Aston Martin make me the One-77 RS and achieve 50mpg. I don't know how... but money can probably fix that.

Oh.. or I'd buy a Tramontana, with a digital-camo paint job.


Of cars that I can' actually afford, the Nissan Leaf, Chevy Cruze, Ford Focus, and Ford Cmax(short version) are my top picks.

Anonymous said...

Pagani Zonda !

Evan said...

A MINI Cooper S, fully loaded.

el_monty said...

Since the day it was first announced, it has been crystal clear in my mind that if I won the lottery, I would buy an Aston Martin Rapide. And if we're talking classics, to me the most sexy and beautiful car ever built is the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale of 1967

Joern said...

Something unique - and my choice would be a Citroen Metropolis. I guess, I always had a weak spot for big french cars...

john m said...

That's a tough question for me. If money was no object, there would be about 10 cars that I would consider "must haves". But if I had to pick one......

2006 Ford GT

I have also, always wanted a Corvette if I ran into a little extra money.

There are better cars out there but I've always liked the looks, performance and history of these vehicles

Dan said...

Alfa Romeo Brera with the 2.0 liter diesel. Unbelievably beautiful Italian styling with over 40mpg. What else could one want in a car.

Anonymous said...

My dream car is a Maserati Gran Turismo S. But I would even take an Infiniti G37S Coupe. Still working towards that.

Anonymous said...

Cadillac Cien or Cadillac Sixteen

Jer said...

911 Turbo S

douchebag jones said...

anything the s makes nm ow is a dream f to the rest of the world so m y dream cars are every where ai fo in the beautuilu usa

Unknown said...

Infinti G37 Coupe

Anonymous said...

Tough... just one dream car? I would throw a couple, as well as bikes!

For me, a Lexus GS350 would do the trick & a Honda VFR 1200. It´s a shame that these two are not available in Guatemala.

Anonymous said...

I'm a fan of Hyundai, Fords and Hondas...
I like Cadillacs...

BUT if money were no object, including with gas mileage, I would take an SRT8 version of the NEW Grand Cherokee... So long as it doesn't have a 5-speed auto!

Dav said...

Originally, my absolute dream vehicle was the Porsche 911 Turbo, but after owning one, that 'dream status' quickly faded away.

I replaced my 911 Turbo with a Lotus Exige S240 in 2008, and have to say that (though I didn't know it at the time) this is my absolute dream car - fast, light, nimble, reliable, yet still exotic.

Anonymous said...

2012 Nissan GT-R. The GT-R used to be "cheap" but they quickly learned that if they're faster than a 911 they can charge as much as a 911.

Still $90K for a Nissan that can beat nearly any Porsche around Nurburgring is a bargain in someone's world. Just not mine.

Anonymous said...

2b2 says:
I agree largely with "Education Project"...

since all I want for Crimmas is a Mercury,
I'll have to customize something.

As for what I can afford currently, that's easier: keep what I've got

Anonymous said...

Alfa Romeo 8C

Anonymous said...

My ADD got the best of me.
Cost is no object = Alfa 8C
Better times = Boxter S (CPO)

Anonymous said...

Tough to narrow it down to just 1 or 2. So here's my xmas list:

Porsche 4-door; Phantom 'vert; Defender long wheelbase; 300c long wheelbase (with SRT Hemi & 4wd added). '70 Superbird. '11 Dodge power-wagon 4-dr. STS. Escalade pickup. 7-series long wheelbase V12. 200c 'vert. '64 Grand Prix & also a '67 Grand Prix ('vert preferably). Ram Longhorn 4-dr TD Dually & matching Ford King ranch. '11 Jag XJ; '66 New Yorker Town & Country + 440V8. Wrangler Black-Opp. Navigator LWB. Volvo 80 modified into a hardtop 'vert. (C40 is ideal styling but too small) A8. Bently Mulsane Sedan. MB E-class vert but with the sedan's much better looking dash. '64 Cad 'Vert; '64 & '72 Riverias; '70 De Ville 'Vert 7 '70 Fleetwood Broughamn; 'cuda Vert; '11 Mustang Shelby 'Vert; '10 Viper; Duesenburg Pheaton (several); Avante 4-dr; Lincoln Continental 4-dr 'vert. (In addition to what I now have).

The limiting factor is how many vehicles the love-of-my-life would let me have at once. (She's always quick to point out that cars are not one of the better investment oppertunities out there)

Anonymous said...

An Aston Martin One-77

Eric et Yahoo said...

Strangely enough, it would be a Renault Avantime... Otherwise a Citroën C6 for its magic carpet ride. Or probably a Land Rover LR4.

Anonymous said...

BMW Z8

Topaz said...

After having sat in the A-M Rapide at the auto show, I will go with that.

Anonymous said...

The New Bently GT Coupe- the fast one with NO CHROME.! (sorry don't know mt Bently Model names that well)

Paul said...

A rear-engined air-cooled Tatra V8 saloon.

Anonymous said...

The Saab Aero X concept car.... now that would be sweeeeeeet.

Anonymous said...

Second the 8C for a hardtop and the Z8 for a softtop.

Steve Neill said...

993 GT2 RSR in black, with gold BBS LM one piece alloy wheels.

stellar said...

GS460h is the most impressive car I've ever driven. So maybe that one, or I'll have someone to make me a wagon out of the Genesis. I would also get a bigger garage.

Anonymous said...

Porsche 917K

Anonymous said...

1. Porsche Boxster Spyder
2. Mercedes CLS Class
3. Porsche Cayenne
4. 1956 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia

Soul Brother No. 7 said...

For me, money no object, gotta have a Lotus Carlton/Omega! Would love to build up a '69 Grand Prix also.

I have no dream new cars, but if I had that kind of cash, I'd love a CTS-V wagon, or I'd splurge on a Panamera Turbo.