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    Originally posted by markseven View Post
    A lot of win in this set of pics, STIG.

    The BMW 3000. I see a lot of this car's rear end in the 510 and B210. It's amazing how much the Japanese plagiarized in the early days.
    Huh, never really noticed that.


      shit oh dear...a Ghibli

      So I'll raise you a black Miura....

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        That is a gorgeous profile. The curves.

        Lets keep it in Italia for now.


          ^^^ oh my.... My younger son got to sit in one of these a few years ago, when we were picking up some Alfa parts from a guy with quite a garage.

          250 GT California Spyder - I like the SWB best.

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            Actor Alain Delon, with a very young Jane Fonda

            Almost all of them are slightly different

            James Coburn had one








                Amazing. What a gentleman's car. I'm not a fan of kit cars - other then a bathtub speedster - but, I could drive a fake version of that and be totally ok with me being a poser.

                Originally posted by Matt-B
                hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?




                      Originally posted by ST1G View Post
                      I think that's the same as my avatar car, 250 tdF. What a backside. And look at the genius of the lines and proportions. Look at how the rear quarter louver panel starts to roll over onto the rear deck, in the same way an early 911 quarter window rolls away from vertical, or the quarter windows on a Daytona coupe - similar detail.

                      I love the way someone has clamped the bootlid shut. "It's a race car dammit, we don't have time for your fancy latches!"

                      The dude from KISS?
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                      Zagato - unbelievable that people hammered these out by hand to match a model or a sketch... I'd like to know how they fabricated the glass.
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                      McQueen 250 Lusso
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                      tdF at Limerock
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                      Denise McCluggage? She raced a yellow 250SWB at Sebring.
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                        The beauty, the waist, the hips, the curves, the muscles....argh!




                          We just got our Maserati back from the bodyshop. Repainted the hood, straightened out the bumper and replaced the grille, and banged out a few crimps in the hood. Looks great!
                          "Leafeon" '92 Lagunengrun 325i Vert (Daily Driver/Project)
                          The stickers make it go faster. :nice:



                              E30: '91 318is - M52/ZF320 | Azev A 16X7.5 | H&R Race/Bilstein | Completely refreshed suspension/brakes/drivetrain

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                                Denny Hulme in his Brabham, 1966 British Grand Prix

                                Dino 206 at Targa Florio 1966

                                Lime Rock 1968

                                Jackie Stewart & Jochen Rindt, Mexico City 1969