Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by -..Legacy..-, Oct 22, 2017.
Yup! An obscure French sports car from the 90's.
Very obscure, that one took a second lol. I knew the badge, but had to look up the model.
Vector W8. Another obscure 90's sports car, this one from the U.S. of A. I owned one in Gran Turismo 2, and it had a rather interesting supercharged engine note.
Here's your challenge.
Correct! It's a Fancy Beetle
I'll skip answering that one, but this is my favorite car from the same manufacturer. Yes, this is a big hint for the one above.
I have no clue what those cars are,
The top one looks like a r8 and viper fucked and had a baby
And the bottom looks like a ferrari and Porsche fucked
Sounds about right LOL
Legacy posted a TVR Speed 12 and the one I posted is a TVR Sagaris. TVR was a small British manufacturer that's come and gone several times over the years.
That's a TVR Cerbera, right?
Correct. The car everyone crashed in Gran Turismo. The TVR Cerbera Speed 12
Oh. I didn't see the front.
Yeeeeeeeeeah...... That car was insane.
Actually, practically every car built by TVR is wholly, certified insane.
*posts car* OwO whats this?
Starts with a "G"
And the model name starts with an "A".
Oh oh its the Great Ass!!!
Me trying to get my shit together with my beetle by buying tools and making room for the camaro which now I might get it next week
Another from 2016 Southern Nationals (I have a ton of pictures from that day). The man himself, Antron Brown, checking fuel while his crew worked on his car before the racing started.
orlando.craigslist.org: Subaru Volkswagen Car/Functioning
Speaking of home-made cars... Anybody know the name of the car on the left?
Is it the car I drew in grade 1?
That comment made my day!!! XDD
Although, I would've also accepted its Mk. II name, Hammerhead-i EagleThrust.
OK, here's another of my brother's projects: 1926 Dodge Brothers, popcorn truck! It is a rat-resto project. My brother is making it bright and gaudy as he can while keeping the chassis bone stock. I'll see if I can get my brother to post up a more recent shot. Yes, it runs! It took me a lot of work, and several donor engines and carburetors, to get it running on original parts. The carb is cast from brass. No air filter, never had one; apparently dirt was of no concern back in the day. Rear brakes only. Apparently, front brakes were a rather expensive, $100 option back in 1926.
OK, another of my toys, and another of the very few photos that I have these days. 1980 Yamaha XS400 (in the states, anyway). I did a full mechanical overhaul, left it ugly, and rode the snot out of it. I did paint the frame yellow, and the wind customized the fuel tank for me. The bike fell against a piece of farm equipment. Anyone know where the photo was taken?
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