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Old 02-03-2003, 07:25   #1 (permalink)
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Favourite non-Ford cars

What do you people like non-ford wise?

Myself I'm a bit of a fan of the DeLorean DMC12, even though it's a hunkajunk, it looks damn good and you can clean it with Jif.

And the 1969 Z28 Chevy Camaro, dunno why, just like the looks I guess.
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Ultima GTR no sweat. Powered by a suitably pumped Ford small block natch.

Pantera rates prety highly for me too.

Hmm, you getting the impression I like my cars with some Ford v8 mumbo?
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any muscle car from the 60's. SS Camaro would be nice!!! Some of the caterham type kit cars are sweet too.
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Ok before i name my favourite non-ford cars i made two groups the ones that are almost attainable in my life time and the un touchables.

Un-Touchables
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Jaguar XJ220
Aston Martin Vantage
Ferrari F40
Isdera Commandatore 112i
Corvette C5
Lotus Esprit Turbo

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Monaro CV8
Lotus Carlton Omega
Camaro Z28
Nissan Skyline GTR N1
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