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    What car would you take to the gumball??

    I begin: Porsche 930
    Live and let die

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    Mclaren F1 GT; no question about it.

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    Merc CL65 AMG
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    Quote Originally Posted by :Exige:
    Mclaren F1 GT; no question about it.
    Then you can take 2 girls with you I guess Genius

    I'll take a Pagani Zonda F.... and make do with just one georgeous girl
    (600+HP and lighter than CGT/ ENZO) The best car AMG put an engine in.
    Last edited by labomba; 05-02-2005 at 09:40 AM.
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    Fast, inconspicuous, comfortable, room for 4. (me + 3 ladies? )

    [O o)O=\x/=O(o O]

    The things we do for girls who won't sleep with us.

    Patrick says:
    dads is too long so it wont fit
    so i took hers out
    and put mine in

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    i 'spose its a bit old now, but the 911 Turbo, that is comfort and speed too. its definitely still got the pace to keep up with newer cars...

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    Something stealth. You don't want to drive a flashy car or you'll draw lots of attention from all the wrong people -- like the police. Ideally, you'd have a plain-jane coupe with a monster powerplant and all the necessary suspension mods to drive fast and safe.

    Maybe a Dodge Stratus with a Viper engine and suspension. Painted silver with wheels as stock-looking as you could find.

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    bentley continental t. the ultimate touring motorcar

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    Nah, there's nothing to be ashambed of to choose a 911 Turbo, those are fantastic cars! Well, we've allready got somebody with place for himself + 3 girls, well, I'd like to do better than that: 5 gorgeous young women and myself in this not so ordinary Espace
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    ^^^ They're gonna have hotter asses than you can possibly imagine
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    Porsche Carrera GT, or to be sly and get past the cops with comfort, an M5 or S65 AMG.
    Rockefella says:
    pat's sister is hawt
    David Fiset says:
    so is mine
    David Fiset says:
    do want

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    then id have my enzo flown in by heli for the fast bits.
    then id have my impreza WRC waiting for me if they go back to morocco again this year.
    then id have my F2003 delivered to paul richard if they go there again.
    Last edited by johnnyperl; 05-02-2005 at 10:21 AM.

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    You're gonna have your car covered in sponsor stickers, ads and banners, so is there any way of being discreet?
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    I wasnt ashamed of the Turbo (its my fav car), its more of a cruiser/tourer than say a GT2.
    just came into my head...an F40!
    or a Cayenne Turbo!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by labomba
    You're gonna have your car covered in sponsor stickers, ads and banners, so is there any way of being discreet?
    it isn't a requirement for the driver's to put those stickers on. In fact, the car I would take (1996 BMW 850CSi) didn't have a single sticker in the Gumball 3000. But I think that the flame thrower exhaust tips they put on it would probably catch a bit of attention

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