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Thread: UCP Awards 2009: Car of the Decade [Nominations]

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    Since i prefer model descrimination and because like Ferrer said, gti/1.2gl...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruim20 View Post
    Since i prefer model descrimination and because like Ferrer said, gti/1.2gl...

    Mazda Mx-5 2.0

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    VW Phaeton 3.0 TDI
    It's too late for nominations I think. Rocke said a week after the threads were made was the end as far as I can recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    It's too late for nominations I think. Rocke said a week after the threads were made was the end as far as I can recall.
    OH, Shame :S
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    Well, I think one if your nominees is worth the award, and like the other two. So I vote for an exception...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    It's too late for nominations I think. Rocke said a week after the threads were made was the end as far as I can recall.
    Nominations will be accepted until I make the voting threads. Anything that is/has been posted by that time will be valid. Feel free to nominate.
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    That will indeed by my nomination, as outragous as it is. And to blanket the model just go with the easy Noble m12
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    Ferrari Enzo.
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    Yeah blanket models b/c both generations of CTS were a giant successes and the V version is one of the best sport sedans you can buy for the money. The 3 series has been solid and still sold well even after the "controversial" Bangle design. And Camry b/c of the reliability and cheap price all decade long.

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    Lambo Murcielago - classic Lambo exuberance, tempered by Germanic solidity, restraint and safety. The perfect blend; the birth of the 21st century 'everyman' supercar.

    TVR Tuscan (mkI) - just for having the most insanely original styling of the decade, with handling and performance almost as mad as the styling.

    Porsche Carrera GT - best looking Porsche for decades, technologically dazzling yet with a surprisingly old school feeling of danger and excitement from behind the wheel. Not a supercar for the feint of heart.
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    Aston Martin DB9 - The car that relaunched a brand
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    UCP Award Nominations: [insert supercar here]



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    If anyone else wants to do the voting threads and figure out some kind of structure feel free

    I've thought about how I want to do this over the past couple of days and nothing seems to work right in my head as far as a bracket or voting structure goes -- you guys have the reigns

    too many nominations for a 1 page 15 option poll, don't like doing multiple polls, seems skewed

    maybe we have a panel decide the best 15, but how we do that fairly, i have no idea

    Lets see what happens

    ps - this applies to CotY and CotD

    pss - i keep hitting the enter button because i dont have a period button on this laptop its broken
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    I say we just do multiple threads. I can post the voting threads I suppose.

    What say you guys?

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    maybe take top 5 of each voting thread to leverage them a bit.
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    Put all the supercars in one thread though.
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