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The absurdity of this car is worth a vote given the early history of the 1st gen A-Class.
Great tracks, will send you a FR soon. Thanks, great work.:tup:
In the 2 Eifel sample tracks that came with Update 1.21, there are 19 grid slots on each track while the Death Valley sample track has 16 grid...
One of the coolest cars from GT1 and 2. It was a bit difficult to drive because of the short wheelbase and MR drivetrain. But that engine, pure...
The name is deceptive, thought it might be a boring EV. Never knew Saab did something this cool:bowdown:
Red wheels a bit too much but the car does look purposeful. Imo, standard version looks too staid.
Known in South Africa as the Toyota Conquest, the 16v version was a boy racer's delight.:)
Would be good to race this against a Mini Cooper in future GT games.
This car has some serious overtaking presence, especially in black.:cool:
This is one of the reasons to find or keep the GT2 game. It should come back to GT for that interior.:tup:
Went for a ride in a white one back in 1998, there were no seatbelts in the back and the driver was really winding up the car with each...
An Alfa with a V10 in the middle.:drool:
Voted. This on Route X would be great.
A BMW supercar. PD, how could you not.:mad:
The spirit and thrill of the Mk1 Golf lived on in this car.
Bond, The Living Daylights, lasers in the hubcaps and deployable skis on the side = instant cool.:tup:
This M3 needs more love around here. The yellow one and those wheels....very nice.:tup:
Was lucky to see a car like this at a classic car show last month.
A very cool Ferrari for the following reasons; metal gate shifter, pop up headlights and the sound!:drool:
Modern Lambos have hard edged styling but this is classically beautiful.:tup: