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I thought it would be interesting to see if you had all the money you would need or all the money in the world whatever, however you want to phrase it....What cars would you get for.........daily driving.........and the tracks.

No limit on money, gear boxes, doors, nothing just your list for each. Heres mine:

Daily drivers

1. E60 M5/E39 M5
2. Kleeman s55c8
3. Maseratti Gran sport
4 Benz SL55 amg
5. 3000gt vr-4
6. E46 m3

Track Cars

1. Mclaren F1R
2. Ferrari Enzo
3. Koneizegg CCR
4. Carrera GT
5. Pagani Zonda C12s
6. Lamborghini Merchalgo Racing version thing with the new 600hp(forgot it's acual name)

Auto Cross
1. E46 M3 SMG
2. 3000gt vr4

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If you had all the money you could possibly need, you would not need a daily driver. The correct categories would be: Practical or Reliable and Collectible or Hobby. My dream stable would be:

E39 M5 (I have a family)
Ferrari 575 Maranello
Porsche Carrera GT

Hobby: (I love vintage Ferraris)
375 Plus
250 Mille Miglia (Spyder)
500 Mondial (series 1)
250 Testa Rossa (1957)
250 Tour de France
250 SWB
250 California Spyder (SWB)
246 SP
250 GTO
250 LM
275 GTB/C
288 GTO
Maserati 300S

Those should set me back a good 30 million or so.

PS add on another 3-10 million or so for a good pre-war 8 cylinder competition Alfa while we're at it.

Peter M

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I would love to type all the wonderful cars down here, but then I end up just getting depressed:(. I am just happy to realize that I am driving a car (E39 M5) that would be on my list:).

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Weekend rally car would be an old group B Audi Sport Quattro.
Daily driver would be an E39 M5 fresh from Discovery.
Autocrosser would be an A2 VW GTI 16V with a 6spd dog box
Track car would be a Ferrari F40 (Top Gear Enzo review stirred my dormant feelings for that car)
Canyon carver would be an older FC3S tuned for corner entry oversteer.
To get out of Dodge I would have either a Boeing Buisness Jet or a Challanger 604 (gotta build hours somehow, and I know they arent cars, but why limit ourselves)
Finally for kicks I would have an old Caddy that is 20' long so I could grind crappy drivers into guard rails when I feel so inclined.

648 Posts
e39 m5
Brabus S600 biturbo
Audi RS6 avant
Range Rover
E36 Alpina B8 touring
Ferrari 456 GT
Aston Martin DB9
E46 m3 cab

ferrari 250 gt cali spyder
ferrari 360 modena
carrera gt
e30 m3 evo II
1995 e34 M5
McLaren F1
bmw 3.0csi
noble M12
Porsche Carrera GT3RS
Ruf R Turbo
BMW 2002 turbo

1,079 Posts
yep, Supercharged custom M5... for family stuff.

and for me... a RUF'd 911 GT2... and my own private race track :p

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everyday cars:
Fiat 500
original Mini Cooper S
Brabus EV12
Mercedes Benz S65 AMG
Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG
Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Rolls Royce Phantom
Mercedes Benz 600 Pullman

Mercedes Benz CLK-GTR
Porsche 996 GT1
Ferrari Enzo
Ferrari F40
Ferrari 288 GTO
Ferrari 512TR (that engine note)
Aston Martin Vanquish S
Peugeot 205 T16
Audi Quattro Group B car
Lancia Delta S4

Ferrari 250 GTO
Ferrari 250 LM
Ferrari 250
endless classic Bugattis and Ferraris and Alfa's etc.

track weapons:
Mercedes Benz CLK-LM on
Caterham R500
Audi R8 like the ADT car that popped up on ebay a few months ago
Id also give a call to Ferrari and see if i could get an F2002

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Money is no object? Really? Easy

Sunny days : 1955 Mercedes 300 SLR Millie Miglia 722 (valued at 17million GBP !!!)... convert it to RHD
Rainy days : 250 GTO RHD, Enzo RHD, 959 RHD, C-GT RHD
As a Passenger (chauffeured) : RR Phantom VI , Bugatti Royale RHD
Feeling nuts: Black Lamborghini LM-002, RHD, Chevy 502 supercharger, NOS

Thrust SSC ... Dude, wanna bet pink slips?

747-400 ... won't even look at G-Vsp
G-BOAF for lawn ornament (can't fly anymore). Warm up the engine every Sunday morning
Voyager of The Seas ... 'coz the Lady Moura is too small to fit an indoor R/C track :D

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Ferrari 575 Maranello (I will choose this car)
Porsche 911 Turbo
Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
Mercedes SLR McLaren
Lamborghini Gallardo
BMW M5 or Mercedes E55 AMG (when you take your family) - until E60 M5 I will take this car.
Hummer H2 (for winter) - dont say! I know it eats or maybe even drinks gas, but its a Hummer, its same like Ferrari, everybody likes it (nobody buys it, because GAS and size, but I will, actually I already have one)
- if you dont want to drive (Rolls-Royce Phantom, Maybach 62) - I will drive, so this category is not for me.

Old Ferraris (like 250GTO)
Ford Mustang Schelby GT500
Some old Bentleys or Rolls-Royces
Just whatever, its private opinion, depends on a person

Weekend car (for TRACK):
Ferrari Enzo
Porsche Carrera GT
McLaren F1
Pagani Zonda
Lamborghini Murcielago
Koenigsegg CC8S or CCR

I use these cars:
BMW M5 E39 - every day
Hummer H2 - family trips
Mercedes C220CDI 2005 - my wifes car, its really nice and comfortable, but its ultra slow. (I dont want her to fly on the road)....

Thats it!

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Great topic :haha: (When’s the lottery again?)

Daily Driver:

Smart Roadster for the city (and tune the daylights off it)
E39 M5 for long hauls. Open pipes please.


Porsche GT3 RS, 993RS CS, 993 GT2 CS, 911 3.2 G50 CS
Donkervoort D8 (crazy HP version please)
Ariel Atom with blower
Porsche 962
E30 M3 (DTM spec please)
Alfa 155 V6 TI DTM
A recent F1 car will do just fine
And Adam’s CTR will do for when a F1 car is just too boring :hihi:

Back roads:

Peugeot 205 GTI (have it now), 309 GTI 16, 205 T16 (street and group B versions)
E30 M3 sport EVO
Delta Integrale EVO 2
Donkervoort D8 (now ~ 200HP)
911 RS 2.7 lightweight
Mini Cooper S (Original from 1967) Modified so I can fit!

P extensions:

Ferrari 288 GTO
Spyker C8
Pagana Zonda S
Koennigsegg CCR
Lambo Countach (1974/1975) Yellow.
Ford GT
AC Cobra 427


Tri-Chevy Nomad + Bel air (Biggest engine I can find)
Corvette 1963 split window and 1967 conv with big block
E type for the Mrs.
Shelby GT500 (Blue)
Charger with Hemi

All time favs:

Ferrari 250 GT Lusso
Ferrari 250 SWB Cali Spyder (with plexi headlights)
Miura SV
Any Duesenburg will do
Blower Bentley
Alfa 159
McLaren MP 4/4
Lotus 49
300 SLR (with the gullwing doors, only 2 made) I’ll take 7/55 because of the history.

Etc etc etc :typing:

I can rack up 9 figures quite easily as you can see!

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