you can have the car, i'll take the horse ranch! can i get a 'oh yeah!' lol =)
It is a beauty, Lowell. But I am not lusting for one . . .
I have always thought that if I win the lottery one day I will buy one for winter driving and buy an old Mercury (1949 or 50) for summer! Nice one Lowell.
Bet that is a fun ride.
It's a dashing automobile and looks very sleek. Would look out-of-place in my garage, tho.
Oh la la, beautiful. Happy Easter, Lowell.
Looks like a perfect car for the German Motorways, not here with all the roadwork!:)Ps. Yes you are right,- I could not afford it!:)
Never mind how much it costs, just gimme a circuit and I'll feel 20 years younger. I'd like to see if I'm still good at it... :-)
Non, non, non, an old one please!!! Sixties would be fine! :-)
This is what I like to call, "the poor man's Porsche". Boxsters are the entry level models. ;)
Oh there's my silver Porsche! Gosh, I'm always misplacing it.
Is that Suzanne Somers in there? It's been almost forty years since American Graffiti hit the movie theatres. The movie itself recounted a time that was only twenty years in the rear view mirror.
Grey and german as my Opel !Other things are differents...:-(Best regards from Paris,Pierre
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