Dream cars of the week in High-Res (23 HQ Photos)

Some times I forget a simple but important question, "what's your dream car?"
I'm putting no limits on this question. It can be a bike, a turner, a race car, what-ever.
There are many dream cars out there but this, is this week's Dream cars of the Week.
So what's your dream car?

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  • frypod

    I dig the flat black on the subie,

  • Cqcumber

    Adriana Lima is married, Keeley Hazel lives in england…

    • a guy


    • Poppin Fresh

      Yes, because surely it was THOSE things that was keeping them from dating us.

  • Stevo

    #3 the schizophrenic garage, 3 german marques on the wall, 2 italian cars on the floor?!?

    • Rick

      try not to over think it, there's a VW (maybe even a FIAT) aspect in there too but don't tell me you would want a Lamborghini, or do
      Either way, thanks for checking out the site

  • rick

    What kind of car is #9 the one in the parking spot looks cool

    • a.j

      nissan 240…nice ride

    • MarkAssBuster

      Silvia (1999-2002) not a 240… Its not available in the US. S15

  • putnam120

    I'd like to take #7 and #22 for a joy ride.

  • jmmillerfzr

    My choice would be #7 great front, nice bumper, and I love the air bags.

  • MyDreamCarIs

    1956 Jaguar Roadster

  • Manmar_McHutch

    Sweet 8 #15!!!

  • James

    Could you have picked an uglier color for the Aston Martin? I think the answer is a compelling NO.

  • wrte3t

    850is if you need a lift
    who's the kid in the drop
    who else
    (it is tough to find a nice stock 850)

  • equalizermax

    #1 will do for me…

  • Matty

    #8 was my first car ๐Ÿ˜› spent my college savings restoring it. Mine was white though. The best part? It still had its original 400 ci big block V8 ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Jimmy

    Ill take that Ascari A10, amazingly engineered car. Amazingly fast and amazingly beautiful.

  • northerner

    #16, best of the bunch. Super clean and gorgeous Mustang! And nobody's screwed with it with add-on crap and crazy graphics and colors. Nicely done.

    • Joe

      agreed! when I saw that I thought "now THAT'S more like it!"

  • Williemo32

    Give me a new m6 convertible.. 600 Hp twin turbo v8. Or the old v10 would do nicely ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Minki

    Hi JossEnjoyed the read above, and the comment my mate Paul put on here ๐Ÿ™‚ As the lead dev for Hubbbie, and mltlipue other systems, there is a reason for the noreply mail addresses: many mail hosts, such as Yahoo, Hotmail, etc, actually allow more mail through with SPF acknowledged DNS settings as well as, you guessed it, it being a noreply@ address. Reason? If a bounce back occurs to the noreply, the mail server actually know it shouldn’t go through and automatically re-route it to the trash :)This is all to mitigate unneeded mail in inboxes, as one would want actual mail to come through, such as your example of a template getting messed up. That is why we have the support@ mail address. I actually haven’t come across one user who didn’t know that they should forward queries to support@ and not noreply@. And 99% of users know that if it is a noreply@ address, not to reply to it, as the name is pretty self-explanatory and its basically breeding a culture around e-mail system usage by having everyone join in and use this type of system.True, the hello@ and info@ etc etc mailboxes are useful for first contact, but who would reply to a e-mail saying that they just received a invite request? What would the content of their reply be firstly? If, for instance, your bank sends you a text message that you have withdrawn over a certain amount, would you want to reply to it? ๐Ÿ™‚

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