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Thread: the BEST 5 Supercars

  1. #61
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    not in order

    -Carrera GT
    -Porsche 959
    -Ferrari F50
    -McLaren F1
    -Bugatti Veyron
    i'm gonna get a new car one day
    (hopefully a good one)

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    Lambo Murcielago LP640 - Such a beauty in all aspects.
    Lambo Diablo - "1990-1994 Supercar of the year". 4 times in a row! Doesn't need explanation.
    Lambo Countach - The car that ate every single Ferrari at its time. Never goes out of style... until now.
    Lambo Miura - Such a beauty (original)
    Ferrari Enzo - F-1 thrill in a supercar.
    Porsche 959 - Cheapest is $1,000,000.00, if you can find one!

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    ferrari f50
    mclaren f1
    pagani zonda
    ferrari f40
    porsche 959 is nice
    jaguar xk120 was the super car of its day
    and the evoVIII fq400 rules
    tvrs are really cool too

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    I dunno about last 100 years but today...
    Honda NSX - No reason reqiured
    Porsche 911 GT3 - Awesome
    Ford GT - Also awesome
    Aston Martin DB9 - Most beautiful
    Pagani Zonda - New take on supercar

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    Made a list over at SCF. I'll copy it over here.

    Quote Originally Posted by me
    Hmm, that is quite tough.

    I'll go with the McLaren F1, Ferrari F40, Honda NSX, Bugatti Veyron (not a huge fan of the car but it's record breaking), and the Lamborghini Diablo.

    Macca : Untouchable for roughly a decade. The engineering, looks, and rarity is unparalleled.
    Ferrari F40 : In my opinion, the first 'real' supercar, no bull**** flippy-flappy paddle shifters, no unneccessary weight, arguably the greatest "driver's" car ever built.
    Honda NSX : Prances around the track with speed and finesse, outruns supercars with twice the price tag, and to this day, handles like it's on rails.. all with an underpowered 6.
    Bugatti Veyron : The thing's got more engineered crap inside of it than I can list, but it breaks 400 km/h, is luxurious, and is as exclusive as they come, all while weighing 1,050,000 pounds, give or take a couple ounces.
    Lamborghini Diablo : The car that wows you everytime you spot one, it's that car that you had a poster of on your wall as a kid. AWD, brute power, get the ---- out of my way presence. Phear it.
    Honorable Mention : Mercedes 300SL Gullwing - No explanation needed.
    Last edited by Rockefella; 06-18-2006 at 05:34 PM.

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    Most of the car mentioned are lottery win exotics with only one within the reach of mere mortals, that would be the TVR Sagaris and having driven one I can confirm that it is a preformance car bargain at under £50k providing all of the promised show and go, I owned a TVR Griffith 500 and the Sag is in a different league. However if it's a wet dream car then it as to be the Buggati.

    P.S I have same pics of my Sag pictured with a Lambo and Tuscan I'll email the pics to anyone interested

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    You've confused me.

    You say you have a TVR Griffith (perfectly reasonable) but then you go on to say you own a Sagaris, despite claiming you've only driven one earlier.

    Here at UCP we have a little ownership test - Place a piece of paper with your username on it and stab it over your gearshift. Take a photo and post it in the User's Rides Section.

    It's fast, foolproof and believable.
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    You are quite right it does sound like I own the Sag just wishful thinking I’m afraid, what I meant to say is the one I was fortunate enough to have the use of for a short while last summer. I do however still own the Griff, at least for now as it will be for sale shortly due to the arrival of my daughter Caitlin (4 months old), so as the Griff is a less than perfect family car it most go, to be replaced by a Mondeo estate or similar, I can console myself a little with the Nissan 200SX that is to become a stripped out track car, still I will miss the TVR.

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    1-Noble M15
    2-McLaren
    3-Ferrari 599 fiorano
    4-Audi Rosemeyer
    5-Corvette Z06

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    here is my top 10

    1-Noble M15
    2-McLaren
    3-Ferrari 599 fiorano
    4-Audi Rosemeyer
    5-Corvette Z06
    6-Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
    7-Bugatti Veyron
    8-Spyker C8
    9-Porsche Carrera GT
    10-Pagani Zonda F

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    Couldn't you edit the first post? What's next, the top 20? And then? The top 100?...
    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
    Visca Catalunya!

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    1: Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut - it is an amazing piece of art!
    2: Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren - Great sound, great looks! In my eyes the ultimate supercar on the market right now.
    3: Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR: It won nearly every race in the gt-series, and it is beautiful!
    4: McLaren F1: Engineering-Art
    5: Pagani Zonda: An unpolished drivingmachine!
    Mercedes-Benz fanatic

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    Mclaren F1
    Porsche GT1 996
    Mercedes CLK-GTR
    Ford GT40
    EB110
    UCP biggest mustang lover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowbird View Post
    This is a tough question and I'm probably gonna regret it as soon as I poast it but here goes:

    1. Ferrari Enzo - It's simply the best
    2. Ferrari F40 - All you need in a car, seats, wheels, engine, total driving satisfaction
    3. Porsche 911 - Pick any year, it's still gonna thrill you
    4. RUF CTR "Yellowbird - Scariest car around, makes a 911 Turbo feel as easy to drive as a Volvo Estate
    5. Lamborghini Diablo - Supercar Icon
    Ferrari Enzo all the way

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    This thread is over a year old.

    Please don't revive old threads, I learned this the hard way.
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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