Supercars spotted, some rarities (vol 7)

Supercars spotted, some rarities (vol 7)

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Psd30

5 posts

9 months

Saturday 1st February
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chriswhitlock said:
Owned by Dario Franchitti
Correct! As is the red carrera gt.



Edited by Psd30 on Saturday 1st February 19:16

EarlofDrift

2,973 posts

66 months

Saturday 1st February
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Butter Face said:


Supra Pro in yellow suitable for the thread? Lovely looker in the flesh.
Nothing worse than subtle yellow, if your bold enough to go yellow, you have to go full daffodil

Butter Face

21,860 posts

118 months

Saturday 1st February
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EarlofDrift said:
Butter Face said:


Supra Pro in yellow suitable for the thread? Lovely looker in the flesh.
Nothing worse than subtle yellow, if your bold enough to go yellow, you have to go full daffodil
I think that picture washed the colour out a bit TBH.



Edit: it’s thumb snap, kills the colour, it’s much brighter in my pictures.

Don1

13,688 posts

166 months

Saturday 1st February
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Butter Face said:
I think that picture washed the colour out a bit TBH.



Edit: it’s thumb snap, kills the colour, it’s much brighter in my pictures.
Its not the brightness. The colour is too flat. It needs to shine. IMHO.

buckline

371 posts

121 months

Saturday 1st February
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Brabus G700 spotted in the Square Mile last week.

Resolutionary

996 posts

129 months

Tuesday 4th February
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Saw this parked on a quiet side street in a Surrey village today - words / photos cannot describe how clean it was, even the brightwork was in showroom condition!


Its Just Adz

9,876 posts

167 months

Wednesday 12th February
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I don't know Subarus, but this looked pretty special.
Is it?

EarlofDrift

2,973 posts

66 months

Thursday 13th February
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Its Just Adz said:
I don't know Subarus, but this looked pretty special.
Is it?
Even with my limited Subaru knowledge I would bet a snatter to a spittle that it's a Prodrive Type UK STI with an aftermarket wing.

Edited by EarlofDrift on Thursday 13th February 00:57

Dapster

4,360 posts

138 months

Thursday 13th February
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Psd30 said:
A few rare sightings in and around Edinburgh over past few years .Knockhill,concours event ,Lamborghini Edinburgh but My favourite is Jim Clarks BTCC Lotus Cortina in his museum in Duns .

It's not often that a Carrera GT won't be the most expensive car in the photo!

dino_jr

214 posts

134 months

Friday 14th February
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Slight tangent, I assumed bigmotoringworld is a generic car marketplace, then I spot these... They took them as trade in? ​​​​​​​


Martin350

3,386 posts

153 months

Friday 14th February
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I'd heard from someone local that the owner of Big Motoring World had a white Veyron after I saw it near Snodland in Kent.
Maybe the Chiron is his too..?

eck c

326 posts

152 months

Friday 14th February
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EarlofDrift said:
Even with my limited Subaru knowledge I would bet a snatter to a spittle that it's a Prodrive Type UK STI with an aftermarket wing.

Edited by EarlofDrift on Thursday 13th February 00:57
Standard wing c/w aftermarket stiffies

DHE

4,027 posts

148 months

Friday 14th February
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dino_jr said:
Slight tangent, I assumed bigmotoringworld is a generic car marketplace, then I spot these... They took them as trade in? ???????

Could be the owner selling his own cars on.

moneymakestheworldgoaround

3,988 posts

133 months

Friday 14th February
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DHE said:
dino_jr said:
Slight tangent, I assumed bigmotoringworld is a generic car marketplace, then I spot these... They took them as trade in? ???????

Could be the owner selling his own cars on.
They were for sale a couple months ago via the owners company with way less miles! wink

HTP99

17,139 posts

98 months

Saturday 15th February
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moneymakestheworldgoaround said:
DHE said:
dino_jr said:
Slight tangent, I assumed bigmotoringworld is a generic car marketplace, then I spot these... They took them as trade in? ???????

Could be the owner selling his own cars on.
They were for sale a couple months ago via the owners company with way less miles! wink
Love that there is a £199 admin fee!

CanAm

5,946 posts

230 months

Saturday 15th February
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HTP99 said:
Love that there is a £199 admin fee!
I noticed that in the PH Classifieds recently. A retailer of upmarket sports cars in Kent was also charging an admin fee; though a much more reasonable amount..........£192! mad

S1KRR

12,543 posts

170 months

Saturday 15th February
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CanAm said:
I noticed that in the PH Classifieds recently. A retailer of upmarket sports cars in Kent was also charging an admin fee; though a much more reasonable amount..........£192! mad
Any trader talking about Admin Fees will not be receiving my visit biggrin

fk em!

CRA1G

4,453 posts

153 months

Saturday 15th February
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S1KRR said:
Any trader talking about Admin Fees will not be receiving my visit biggrin

fk em!
So three or four dealers have the near on identical car advertised @ £11995 but another has one at £10995 with a admin fee of £199.... confused

S1KRR

12,543 posts

170 months

Saturday 15th February
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CRA1G said:
So three or four dealers have the near on identical car advertised @ £11995 but another has one at £10995 with a admin fee of £199.... confused
Its bks. And in implies they do something for the £200 other than "allow" you to purchase the thing they are trying to sell?


Ever wondered why Tesco don't charge a £1 admin fee? It looks stupid. And ergo anyone advertising it is a fking simpleton whose probably selling polished ste.

Blown2CV

24,162 posts

161 months

Saturday 15th February
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dino_jr said:
Slight tangent, I assumed bigmotoringworld is a generic car marketplace, then I spot these... They took them as trade in? ???????

suspect the owner is using the business's credit line to run a veyron for a bit.