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    Top 3 classics

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    Personally, I'd go for

    1955 Mercedes 300SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe
    1952 Ferrari 250GTO
    1957 Porsche 550 Spyder


    There are many more, but these are definitely my top 3.
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    1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut
    1935 Mercedes-Benz 770 K "Grosser Mercedes"
    1936 Mercedes-Benz 540 k Cabriolet

    The finest automobiles ever made!
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    3. Lamborghini 350 GTV
    2. Mercedes 300SL Gullwing
    1. Ferrari 275 GTB4
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    1/Porsche 917K
    2/Ferrari 250 SWB
    3/Alfa romeo Canguro

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    Citroen DS
    Apline A110
    Lamborghini Miura
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    E Type
    Mini Mk1
    DB4 Zagato


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    1. 1955 Ferrari 410 Sport
    2. 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A
    3.1959 Maserati 5000 GT Touring

    Thats my personal choice..

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    Mercedes 300sl Gullwing

    Ferrari 250LM

    Aston Martin DB5
    There is 3 people on a boat with loads of children running around it, the 3 people are: 1. Bob geldof, 2. Ozzy Osbourne, and 3. Micheal jackson, they're sailing out for the G8 live aid, they've hit a rock and they're sinking, bob says: "save the children!" ozzy says: "Fuc the children!"

    Micheal says "have we got time?"

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    1937 Talbot Lago Type 150 SS Figoni et Falashi body

    1967 Ford GT40 Mk 111

    1930s Scudia Ferrari versions of the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300

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    Bugatti type 35

    Porsche 356

    Lotus Seven
    Live and let die

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    Jaguar E Type
    Aston Martin DB5
    Aston Martin DB4 Zagato

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    Before any car is proposed:

    Define Classic: Landmark car , or car I (want to) own ?
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    I guess the easiest way to answer is this:

    Classic car: Any car you'd like to see in your garage from any timeline, except the modern era (pre 1980s I'd say). Even if it's post 1980. Who am I to say what contitutes a classic anyhow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sei cilindri
    Before any car is proposed:

    Define Classic: Landmark car , or car I (want to) own ?
    The 1 million dollar question. Is a beetle a classic? Will a Trabant ever be a classic and before you start laughing, yes there was actually one participating in the classic run on Silverstone this weekend. There are many landmark cars I don't want to own, and probably there are many cars I want to own which are not considered landmark cars, but I still would settle for them.... (let's say a Ferrari Mondial)
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    That's right Henk , a beetle is definitly a classic, I do not think they can be much discussion about that but its not a car I would like to own

    A trabant is also a classic but one I could see myself driving in, as a matter of fact I seriously considered buying a estate a few years ago but in the end I bought a VW rear engined van because it was more practical for the same bucks

    As for -cars I like to own- classics: The longing is mostly better than actually having to live with !

    (so why do I torture myself so much than ?)
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