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Dream Cars You May Actually Buy

Started by tl123tsk, 03/04/2007 05:06AM
Posted 03/04/2007 05:06AM | Edited 03/04/2007 05:10AM Opening Post
Instead of dreaming about Koenigseggs or Paganis, I prefer cars that are within reasonable reach of typical budgets, maybe with some serious stretching. I am the most interested in:

low-end: Mitsubishi Evo 10
http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Features/articleId=119065
mid-end: BMW Z4-M Coupe or Porsche Cayman (S or non-S)
http://www.automobilemag.com/reviews/coupes/0608_2007_bmw_z4_m_coupe/
http://www.porsche.com/cayman/pcna.asp
hi-end: Noble M15 (if it comes to the US)
http://noblecars.com/M15.html

in fact when it comes time to trade-in my current car, the mitsu, bimmer and porsche would definitely be on my shopping list.

what's on YOUR list?
Posted 03/04/2007 08:23AM #1
If little Mercedes offered a little more shoulder room, I'd like this one --
http://boortz.com/more/funny/redneck_pics_mercedes2.html

So, I might have to pick an older model like this one ---
http://boortz.com/more/funny/redneck_pics_mercedes.html

But, if I wanted to go back in time, I'd pick this one --
http://boortz.com/more/funny/redneck_pics_delorean.html

But, since I can't afford a high end foreign car, I'd probably have to get this one ---
http://boortz.com/more/funny/redneck_pics_beetle.html

We just replaced our old Ford Explorer with a Toyota Highlander. So, I don't have to dream about cars for awhile. I'm hoping that there will be lots of economical cars for rednecks out there next time we buy . . .

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Posted 03/04/2007 06:47PM #2
I like your list.
This one is on my list. Environmentally friendly with performance and styling.
http://www.teslamotors.com/index.php?js_enabled=1

Sold out for 2007 models but taking orders for 08'.

Bob

Fujinon 10x70 FMT-SX binocs
Tak FS-78 ƒ/8.1 - 630mm fl.
6" ƒ/6.5 homeground newt. - 981mm fl.
10" ƒ/4.85 homeground dob. - 1231mm fl.



Posted 03/26/2007 08:46PM #3
Don't laugh, but I want a 2007 Chrysler Sebring with a 4-cylinder engine.
( http://www.chrysler.com/en/sebring/index.html )

Motor Trend says it's a grandpa car that is for people who think Buicks are too racy. shocked I think it looks pretty cool, has distinctive styling, and gets 32 mpg on the highway. Plus, I could buy it new at my local Carmax with no fuss, no muss, and no negotiating. grin

If I don't get that I might settle for a used 2006 or 2007 Ford Taurus with a 6-cylinder engine. Then I'll take it to the Ford plant in Atlanta that just shut down so I can show it where it was born. wink

Or...I might go lay down until this car fever passes. wink


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Posted 04/03/2007 05:55PM #4
1 penny per mile.

http://www.teslamotors.com/index.php?js_enabled=1