Pictures of Member's Other Cars

I have to say that Chris Wilson's E-Type really is sublime. I think Julian would easily win the "combined top-speed" challenge by a fair margin. There hasn't yet been a car posted that I would park behind the barn.

Which brings me to request that Mr Hudson posts some photos of his amazing cars. I know the collection has been thinned out but there are still some impressive rides tucked away in mid-town Montgomery. How about some sharing Adams? Big Grin

To entice you, here's a photo of "your" Mangusta.

Mark

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Originally posted by Simon:
Mark,still one Pantera to go.
Or maybe two.
Simon


... and speaking of people who really should post some pictures of their "other" cars... How about you Simon? I think some people here would really appreciate what you have hidden away. Wink

Mark
Below is a picture of a vintage high-performance aluminum-bodied vehicle in my collection.

Features of the 1969 Airstream Overlander include walnut paneling, full bath and two bedrooms. When motivated by its Disco tow vehicle it can achieve 0-60 mph by the next Rest Stop. Braking performance is similar.

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Originally posted by Simon:
Mark,still one Pantera to go.
Or maybe two.
Simon


... and speaking of people who really should post some pictures of their "other" cars... How about you Simon? I think some people here would really appreciate what you have hidden away. Wink

Mark

Hi Mark,
I am already glad that I can keep my cell Phone into the air , I am not so handy to place photo's on this site.

Simon
At Simon's request, I am posting these for him. He has a collection that includes MANY De Tomaso cars including a few GT5-S and Targas, along with a beautifully restored Mangusta and a Longchamp GTS. Enjoy!

Mark

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Here's my present car. Somewhat inconspicuous, but it's actually an 11 second quater mile car with handling to match most supercars.
2013 Subaru BRZ with tubocharger, methanol injection, standalone ECU (similar to Motec) and wheels and tires as big as a lot of Panteras.

I'm hopefully getting a Pantera race car soon, so this baby is up for sale right now, only 5000 miles on it!

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Originally posted by Mark Charlton:
I have to say that Chris Wilson's E-Type really is sublime. I think Julian would easily win the "combined top-speed" challenge by a fair margin. There hasn't yet been a car posted that I would park behind the barn.

Which brings me to request that Mr Hudson posts some photos of his amazing cars. I know the collection has been thinned out but there are still some impressive rides tucked away in mid-town Montgomery. How about some sharing Adams? Big Grin

To entice you, here's a photo of "your" Mangusta.

Mark


ha! Great looking shots Mark. Loving the Mangusta, thanks for keeping it for me! Excuse my huge delay in responding, but just moved into 'new' garage. Dear Lord, why did I EVER keep 8,000 totally unusable parts, obscure tools, and useless lengths of wire, unmatable screws and nuts...

Anyway, stuff is finally 'in place' but much more sorting and work required. My 'new to me' place is about 50 miles from old place, now nearer where we live on Lake Martin.

Here are a couple of poor photos...

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And another that better shows the Pantera...

Looks great Adams...my wife likes the R8 but that has been put on hold since my last purchase (from you). Take care of the Audi and let me know if/when you get tired of that one!
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Originally posted by A Hudson:
And another that better shows the Pantera...

Looks great Adams...my wife likes the R8 but that has been put on hold since my last purchase (from you). Take care of the Audi and let me know if/when you get tired of that one!


Tell your poor suffering wife I'll trade the FGT for the R8 straight up!

Actually called the Ford dealer today about some new car they're building. Smiler

Honestly, the R8 is the finest piece of equipment I've ever owned. No kidding. Fabulous exhaust note appeals to my inner redneck. The thing is screwed together pretty well too.
Thumbs up on the R8 fellas

Not 100% sold on the styling of the R8, but more than 100% sold on the engineering. In regards to mid-engine sports cars, the R8 replaced the NSX in terms of a logical/rational choice. Whatever the Asians had done, the Germans did better.

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