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Porsche 928S parked in my neighborhood.

I always thought the 928 was a good-looking car, and you don't see too many of them around anymore.
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Old 06-06-2018, 12:47 AM
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Believe it or not, that’s not a kit. The Morgan Three-Wheeler is a real thing, direct from the factory.
Nothing turns heads like one of those, and the air-cooled V-twin sounds fantastic. They just make you smile.
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It wasn't today, but In did see an interesting car once in an inexplicable place. You've all seen the video of the famous death road to Coroico, Bolivia. Down that road, in Coroico, I saw a Ferrari parked on a side street, all dusty, looking like it had been there for several years without being moved.
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Old 06-06-2018, 11:19 AM
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Not the car but what was on it: an antique vehicle plate. The car? Mazda
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Old 06-08-2018, 02:45 PM
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Apparently someone working for a taxi firm in Belfast owns a Tesla. I was too busy checking the badge to see if it was an actual RHD model. I assume servicing and parts are awkward.

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Porsche 928S parked in my neighborhood.

I always thought the 928 was a good-looking car, and you don't see too many of them around anymore.
I just saw one about an hour ago, in red. It got the attention of a middle aged man walking past, he had to take a photo.
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A red mid-60s (guess) Karmann Ghia convertible. It's finally summer.
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Old 06-08-2018, 08:28 PM
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A shiny, like-new Subaru Baja. We were crawling through rush hour and I realized that I'd never thought about them as a possible drive for me. I think they are kind of silly. But for a young adult, it might be a perfect choice. Room for friends, can put a bike, kayak, or canoe on top. Capable of minor off-roading without tweaking, and not quite a stereotypical car. Hmm. But they were only in production from 03 to 06. Silly consumers weren't interested. Could it be our loss more than Subaru's?
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Old 06-08-2018, 11:50 PM
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1950 Studebaker Champion Convertible.

Pulling out of my neighborhood just as I was pulling in. Wanted to stop and talk to him but we were both turning in different directions so we both exchanged thumbs up (I guess he liked my car too).

It looked almost identical to this (Warning: old car porn ahead) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS2spAYckSk
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The latest indecipherable McLaren model in chicane (battleship) grey. It's my least favourite supercar brand.
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Old 06-09-2018, 05:22 PM
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Why is it your least favorite? I like designs that are lean, and Mclaren builds them light. Not Lotus light, but close.
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Old 06-09-2018, 07:11 PM
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A patina'd 1964 International pickup, not unlike this one.

Could have done without the longhorns on the hood of the one I saw, though.
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Old 06-09-2018, 07:56 PM
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I had to look up what it was, but an Elf 2fr electric solar petal bike. Cool concept.

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Old 06-10-2018, 09:01 AM
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Not the car but what was on it: an antique vehicle plate. The car? Mazda
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On the same note, a camper van on the Thousand Islands Parkway (Canadian side of the St. Lawrence River) with a license plate from Bern, Switzerland. A long way from home.
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Why is it your least favorite? I like designs that are lean, and Mclaren builds them light. Not Lotus light, but close.
Looks too much like a spaceship. I guess I'm more of a fan of the GT supercar, i.e. Aston Martin, Maserati, Ferrari (F12/FF).

BTW, I borrowed a friend's Lotus Elise for a day. Very fun car.
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Old 06-10-2018, 10:41 AM
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Old 06-11-2018, 04:35 PM
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Yesterday I saw a Th!nk City car at the science center. It looked a lot like this one: http://wpstatic.idium.no/elbil.no/20...esterthink.jpg. It looked and felt like it was made of plastic.

Today on the highway I was what i think was an International Harvester Super Scout II, like this one: http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_...0002_large.jpg. The one I saw was a little banged up, but it had the rollbar and soft top. I think those we're called the "Safari". Pretty cool looking
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Old 06-12-2018, 03:17 PM
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A Saab 99, looked like a daily driver, at least in the non-winter months. It's a surprisingly modern looking car.
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This little red car, I think it was a Morris Minor but it was set up as a drag car with fat slicks in the back. And I'm thinking it wasn't originally a convertible.
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:09 PM
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A 1972 Ford Mustang, looked to be in fantastic shape but I don't think it was a restore job. On the front bumper was an Ohio State University parking sticker from the 1973-74 school year! I'd like to think it was the owner's first car, lovingly kept up over all these years.
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Old 06-13-2018, 11:21 PM
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So, anyone want to take a stab at what this might be? It's clearly some sort of mule or prototype or yet-to-be-released model. It looks like a coupe, but it's a pretty big car, with four doors. They've gone to considerable trouble, with the funny paint job and the front and rear covers, to disguise it.

Some of the lines remind me of Maserati, and even of Fisker Karma, but I'm not sure what it is. It could also be a new or updated American model. Dodge Challenger, or something similar?

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The pictures were taken by my wife today as we were driving north on I-5 in San Diego County. I saw the car, and told her to snap some pics with her phone. A few minutes later, she also grabbbed this shot.

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Old 06-14-2018, 12:24 PM
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Looks too much like a spaceship. I guess I'm more of a fan of the GT supercar, i.e. Aston Martin, Maserati, Ferrari (F12/FF).

BTW, I borrowed a friend's Lotus Elise for a day. Very fun car.
Oh, I get that. I’m not a fan of the Mclaren’s looks, either. Every car you mentioned looks better.
Borrowed? As in, friend gave you the keys and you drove away in an Elise? I want a friend like that.
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Old 06-14-2018, 02:57 PM
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So, anyone want to take a stab at what this might be? It's clearly some sort of mule or prototype or yet-to-be-released model. [/url].
Pretty sure that is a 2020 Porsche Mission E Performance/Taycan.

Their first all electric car. Lots of the pictures you will find are of the prototype with the charge input in the front and thin side mirrors, but if you look at the newer pictures of the pre-production models they have moved the charge to the back (matches the flap in your picture) and made the mirrors bigger.
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Sorry, I was busy and didn't include a link.

https://www.porsche.com/usa/aboutpor...rmance-6facts/

The group at the top, the one on the right charging is a prototype, the ones on the left are pre-production. Scroll down to the photo next to fact #6 and the white one charging shows a pretty close angle to the shots you took.
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Old 06-17-2018, 07:48 AM
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A 1st-gen Jeep Grand Cherokee, very clean and running well, in white. Yesterday morning, driving NB on I-280 near Burlingame.
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Old 06-17-2018, 10:05 AM
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This morning I saw a Datsun 260Z that looked like it just came from the showroom. Super cool car. I didn't realize until I just looked at Wikipedia that the 260Z was only sold in the US for one year, 1974.
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As I was walking up to the grocery store today there was a "restified" 1966 GTO convertible driving through the parking lot. Beautiful body-wise, yellow with black top and interior. The seats did not look right, they looked like more modern seats with built in headrests. Also, it had modern rims which allowed some brake components to show and it appeared to be some upgrades. Didn't get a good enough look to see if they had been converted to disc but if you are going to upgrade brakes on an old car, why not go all the way. The radio (or whatever sound system was installed) was blaring that horrible 50s-60s oldie music which all classic car shows feature and is my least favorite feature of classic car shows.
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A Maserati Ghibli with "Make America Great Again" and two large US flags painted on the hood.
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Saw a beautiful late 50's Chevy Nomad today. It looked pristine in light and dark turquoise. Well, not exactly turquoise but I don't really know how to describe that type of blue. Wish I was in a car at the time. I would have followed it, hoping it would stop somewhere where I could get a better look.

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The guy that lives near me was toodling around in his 1970 AMC Rebel "The Machine" again today. What an awesome musclecar to own. Produced only one year (1970) and had the most powerful production engine AMC would ever build in it.

Plus nothing screams "'Merica" like the paint job on his car. It looks exactly like this one:

https://www.google.com/search?q=amc+...fTN0ajn30UqhM:
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Yesterday was a beautiful, sunny, blue-skies, low humidity, mid-80°s day.
So then why, why, why would you be driving a convertible Solara with the top up & windows up, & (presumably) airco on on one of the most perfect days to own a convertible?


Today, I saw a Cobra going the other way; couldn't tell it if was original or reproduction so I'm going with the Lambo sitting in the lot at the park. It was clean, except for the top of the wing, which was quite dirty.
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Pretty sure that is a 2020 Porsche Mission E Performance/Taycan.

Their first all electric car. Lots of the pictures you will find are of the prototype with the charge input in the front and thin side mirrors, but if you look at the newer pictures of the pre-production models they have moved the charge to the back (matches the flap in your picture) and made the mirrors bigger.
Interesting.

I'd read about the Taycan, but didn't know that there were actual working models on the streets. You're probably right about that being the car, but they've done a pretty good job of disguising it.
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Yesterday was a beautiful, sunny, blue-skies, low humidity, mid-80°s day.
So then why, why, why would you be driving a convertible Solara with the top up & windows up, & (presumably) airco on on one of the most perfect days to own a convertible?
Never owned a convertible, I take it? It can be a pretty miserable experience on "nice days" - sun broiling you while traffic is too slow to get decent air circulation. I found mine best to drive on nice evenings, when the sun couldn't roast me, or early morning/twilight, and on warm days when it was overcast.

Yesterday I saw someone in a Mercedes convertible with the top down at around 2 in the afternoon with temps in the 90s, sitting in traffic. I smiled because I knew that while it looked cool, they had to be suffering.
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Never owned a convertible, I take it? It can be a pretty miserable experience on "nice days" - sun broiling you while traffic is too slow to get decent air circulation. I found mine best to drive on nice evenings, when the sun couldn't roast me, or early morning/twilight, and on warm days when it was overcast.
Except it was pretty much perfect weather & they didn't even have the windows open, which clearly indicated the airco was on. I was on a 50 mile drive somewhere, never waited more than one traffic light cycle so it was hardly rush hour traffic.
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A perfect replica (visually at least) of the 1967 Sox & Martin Plymouth GTX. I passed it on the highway so I didn't a lot of chance to examine, but man did she look sweet. Professional graphics job.
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Yesterday, another Porsche 911 Targa — the new Targa, 7th-gen 911, in blue. It was in San Carlos CA, parked next to a 1920 REO Speed Wagon(!). They are not common, and since 2014 I've only seen a handful of them out in ‘the wild’. I've posted about each of them in this thread. Maybe I'm a little intrigued by them? Not sure if I like them and would ever want one.

A history of all the ones I've seen:

- 2014-Aug (approx) — post #1027, https://goo.gl/yf7Ctd, at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, the first time I'd ever seen one

- 2016-05-12 — post #1099, https://goo.gl/gXsyjj, in black, in Redwood City at a specialty car sales place

- 2016-09-05 — post #1261, https://goo.gl/5FJ8JV, in red, on US-97 near Klamath Falls OR, my 1st in 'the wild'

- 2016-09-18 — post #1291, https://goo.gl/mwW6g6, in black, in San Jose CA, 2nd in the wild

- 2016-10-01 — post #1318, https://goo.gl/NXmWEa, in light tan, in San Jose CA, 3rd in the wild

- 2017-03-15 — post #1481, https://goo.gl/4aU3Cb, in light blue, in Palo Alto CA, 4th in the wild

- 2017-06-06 — post #1601, https://goo.gl/9SFqfS, black, with black CA plates, in San Francisco, 5th in the wild

- 2018-06-18 — post #2135, https://goo.gl/VvaqeT, blue, in San Carlos CA, parked next to a 1920 REO Speed Wagon(!), 6th in the wild

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Saw a really sweet yellow T-Bird convertible in a Safeway parking lot yesterday.

And this afternoon in Willow Glen I saw...not sure of the make/model, but I felt I was seeing a rusty version of the cover of The Best of Joe Walsh come to life (complete with goggles!)
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I saw a dark green Mercury Bobcat today. Brought back some not-so-fond memories of it's near identical twin, the Ford Pinto. My best friend back in the day bought one as her first car. It was a real lemon and always needed work. That was pretty typical of Pintos and I suspect Bobcats weren't much better. The seventies weren't exactly Ford's glory days, after all. The one I saw was running pretty rough but I'm really surprised it was running at all after some forty years.
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A 1940's Dodge sedan, I didn't see enough to identify it except for the Dodge nameplate on the back and small rear window. Unfortunately, it appeared to be broken down on the side of the highway.
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I saw a dark green Mercury Bobcat today. Brought back some not-so-fond memories of it's near identical twin, the Ford Pinto. My best friend back in the day bought one as her first car. It was a real lemon and always needed work. That was pretty typical of Pintos and I suspect Bobcats weren't much better. The seventies weren't exactly Ford's glory days, after all. The one I saw was running pretty rough but I'm really surprised it was running at all after some forty years.
I drove a late 70s dark green Mercury Bobcat for a few years. The only problem with it was the latch that protruded when the back seat's back was in the down position. It caught and tore my pants when we were trying to get back into the front seats quickly.
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Definitely time for the summer cars to come forth; A mint 1960 Ford Falcon in metallic blue and a white top, replete with chrome Moon wheels. Just beautiful.
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On Hwy 1 south of Half Moon Bay today: a late-30s Supercoach Bus converted into an RV. It was restored to perfection, looked brand-new. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get a picture.
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A couple days ago I saw an unrestored 1969 Plymouth Barracuda driving west on US 30. The paint was all faded but it looked pretty good otherwise.

Similar to this.
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I’m looking right at a 1955 Plymouth Savoy and a ‘32 Ford with so much rust I got tetanus just looking at it. Apparently the flathead V8 runs fine, though, but it looks like if I touch it the body will crumble. The windshield is completely clouded over. It’s pretty gruesome.

But hey, it’s not my car.
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Saw an interesting car today but I couldn't get close enough to identify it. Soft top, very sporty sedan with taillights that were small circles set in a triangular pattern that looked out through the bodywork, not in plastic housing. The logo appeared small and round, all chrome. I have no idea what I was looking at. Do you?
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So, anyone want to take a stab at what this might be? It's clearly some sort of mule or prototype or yet-to-be-released model. It looks like a coupe, but it's a pretty big car, with four doors. They've gone to considerable trouble, with the funny paint job and the front and rear covers, to disguise it.

Some of the lines remind me of Maserati, and even of Fisker Karma, but I'm not sure what it is. It could also be a new or updated American model. Dodge Challenger, or something similar?

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The pictures were taken by my wife today as we were driving north on I-5 in San Diego County. I saw the car, and told her to snap some pics with her phone. A few minutes later, she also grabbbed this shot.
I saw that very same car last night and it's definitely a Fiskar although the interior looked a lot squarer than than the ones I see online. I think it may be a current Fisker body on their new Emotion chassis/interior.
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A 1st generation Mustang in spectacular shape, on a flatbed.
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Some kind of Ford that looked to be late fifties, early sixties. Tried to read the badging as it drove past but couldn’t make it out.
Looked like this only tan and cream. Also, a two door.
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Today was a good day for cars. The winner was a Volvo P544 waiting for the ferry in Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard. It is an incredibly cool looking car, one I don't think I've seen before.

Also, on the drive home I saw a 3rd generation Chevy Bel Air, a Chrysler 300 C/D/E, and one other 50s hotrod Ford.
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Good day here too. Highlights were perfect looking 68-ish Camaro in dark green and a red 71-ish Olds 442 convertible.
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