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    30 new pics to come!
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    The paintjob on this car is stunning IMO!
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    That's the most wicked art car ever...

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    Werd, Dino.
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    That is a stunning paint scheme.
    lol at the Corvette in #22 "look out fool, a REAL supercar coming through"
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    This is GTR #05R spotted at Circuit du Luc in France.

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    The Mclaren F1....I wish another car company, or maybe even Mclaren, would come out and do the same type of thing again - best materials, making up the best custom-designed parts possible, for a car that will obliterate anything to come for a decade, maybe even two. But Mclaren doesn't have a reason too - the F1's are still among the greatest cars on the track, and on the straight-line....and in the showroom I wish I could see one some day. I've seen so much else, but this...not yet
    "I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring" - Richard Feynman, last recorded words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdocZ
    The Mclaren F1....I wish another car company, or maybe even Mclaren, would come out and do the same type of thing again - best materials, making up the best custom-designed parts possible, for a car that will obliterate anything to come for a decade, maybe even two. But Mclaren doesn't have a reason too - the F1's are still among the greatest cars on the track, and on the straight-line....and in the showroom I wish I could see one some day. I've seen so much else, but this...not yet
    I'm sure everyone would love it, but sadly, I don't see it happening, at least not for a while.

    The Veyron is pretty much the answer to your question but, it isn't the same as a McLaren to me. With projects such as these costing so much and involving massive amounts of money + R&D, companies would rather not bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockefella
    The Veyron is pretty much the answer to your question but, it isn't the same as a McLaren to me. With projects such as these costing so much and involving massive amounts of money + R&D, companies would rather not bother.
    Exactly. The Veyron is the answer for today....but it just doesn't compare to how the Mclaren F1 was in its first days. Bah, oh well
    "I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring" - Richard Feynman, last recorded words.

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