Ok a few friends cars....
And a load of mx5's tomorrowYou're so lucky Jot, Ludlow is so evocative with its Castle ruins and sixteenth century architecture that it is the ideal place for another piece of English history... the E-Type.
You know with tyres like that you can really burn some rubber :roflmao:What is it about the Corvette Stingray which really is visually exciting? Perhaps it is because looks fast and powerful, and it is.
Very cool car was a guy in harborne that had a few of them one even in full back to the future spec!As well as all things yellow, I have a very, very soft spot for DeLoreans. I think it very probably stems from Back to the Future, but what ever I have to stop and stare when ever I see one!
Firstly at the NEC Classic Car Show (I was there to work, but that never got in my way of dribbling over gorgeous cars)
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you will notice this one has got a Flux Capacitor and everything!!!!! Anyway whilst on the MX5 stand with darling Eric at the Coventry Festival of Motoring this year, I met a friend, who's friend owned one, so was dragged off to inspect, and I couldn't be peeled away!!!
I love the gull wings
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View attachment 274 Now if only i could have bribed him to let me drive it too, the Jelly babies that exchanged hands were only sufficient to let me sit in!
Sound almost as good as last nightToday sharing the same car park as Eric, numerous boring Audis, A Bentley Continental, an Aston Martin in a very disagreeable pale blue, a Ferrari 430 with an unimpressive exhaust and a gorgeous white Lambo may even have been a Murcielago Must visit there again soon! Although the food was gorgeous, may need other mortgage to buy drinks though!!!
OMG what are the chances :roflmao:No Stu, mine was the only MX5. Been out again since then, and most weirdly after our conversation about never seeing Suzuki Capucinos- I saw one!!!! It was very dark, so dont think the photos will be great
bought one today :roflmao:I saw a Cappacino yesterday(A49)
Red one.. in fact they tend to be red... the ones i see anyway
[flipping 'eck... rain is belting down here...]
100% Cayman and must say it's the best looking oneJot - I think the Porsche is actually a Cayman (the coupe version of the Boxster)
My friend has a red one and if i'm not mistaken you can tell by the hight of the rear spoileri love Caymans but diodn't think it was one in the flesh
i cans ee why you've said it is from my photo, having said that
you can get drop-top ones but i actually prefer the ht lines... hmmm
Petrol and yes it did used a bottle of t cut on it to try and hide the event.....The 3 litre petrol or diesel - I reckon the petrol would have gone sideways nicely