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Awesome wheels on the 928, in fact awesome car. The 928 is the better looking car then the 911, imho.
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It definitely is, in my mind. I am paying for a 944 Turbo at the moment, but my first Porsche love was the 928. I almost bought one but it broke down on the way home. Oh well, I'm only 17.
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This is my favourite car:

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Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Coupé

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my favorite car must be the 645i from BMW
still, I started where I should have with a 118d from the same BMW...I must be in love with the name... 125Hp must be enough for the 1,3 tons....

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C'mon guys.

Its got to be an Aston. DB9, or DB7 at a push. Then again, if I had to actually drive (and feed) it, it'd be something more along the lines of our current steed. A trusty, if snub nosed AUDI A2.

Great bit of engineering, and I don't ever have to lift the bonnet ;)

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Toyota Hilux - the indestructible car.

Having said that, I drive an Avensis, which is a lot more carefree than anything from Europe, and every bit as smooth. It doesn't help much to cure badge envy, but when you get into a certain mindset, you couldn't care less ;-)
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Peter,

Please don't think I'm making an Amsterdam joke, but do I take it you get Top Gear in the Netherlands? ;)

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:lol: Yes, we get Topgear in The Netherlands, love the show by the way, but they really offended me when they reviewed my Audi A4!! :fluch:
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I already knew they were indestructible, but what they did to it exceeded my expectations.
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Hans wrote::lol: Yes, we get Topgear in The Netherlands, love the show by the way, but they really offended me when they reviewed my Audi A4!! :fluch:
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Isn't an Audi A4 merely a cramped version of the Skoda Suberb with a higher price tag? ;-) ;-)

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Absolutely has to be the Porsche 911. The impact bumper models from 74-89 in paticular. Thats not to say I dont like some of the later models... or indeed some of the earlier ones. I'm not fussed on either the 924 or 928, but I would certainly entertain ownership of a 944 or 968. However, for me, the rear engined 911 can't be touched!

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What a beautiful car! That is one of my dreams, a 911 from the 70's!!!
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Great Porsche!

I like most the Porsche from the 80's (as shown on the photo before).

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