Friday Fun Fantasy Fleet

Friday Fun Fantasy Fleet

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LimaDelta

Original Poster:

5,324 posts

199 months

Simple rules. Same car from two eras. One modern, one as far back as you dare to go. If there is no exact equivalent, then try to get as close as you can, at least the same marque/configuration.

Cue lots of 911s




Deranged Rover

1,997 posts

55 months

LimaDelta said:
Simple rules. Same car from two eras. One modern, one as far back as you dare to go. If there is no exact equivalent, then try to get as close as you can, at least the same marque/configuration.

Cue lots of 911s



Yep. Ditto!

Silvanus

1,477 posts

4 months

In before the arguing and people not understanding a simple question/rules wink

mat205125

16,845 posts

194 months

I'd very happily have a garage containing this brace of cars.





I wanted to have a Sierra RS500 as my "old", however there is nothing "new" that I thought that I'd be able to link to it.

T6 vanman

2,338 posts

80 months

OK ................... I'd be spending faaaaaaaaaaar to long washing and polishing but

to


Changed my mind


Edited by T6 vanman on Friday 23 September 11:18

Silvanus

1,477 posts

4 months

Alfa have made some lovely saloons over the years, a pair of Giulias




Bennet

1,863 posts

112 months




Seems reasonable to me to say that the Elan S2 was the successor to the Elan, the Elise series was the successor to the S2 and the Emira is the successor to the Elise.

Edited by Bennet on Friday 23 September 11:18

Silvanus

1,477 posts

4 months

Bennet said:



Seems reasonable to me to say that the Elise was the successor to the Elan, and the Emira is the successor to the Elise.
Except we are looking at two very different configurations

UTH

5,010 posts

159 months

Bennet

1,863 posts

112 months

Silvanus said:
Except we are looking at two very different configurations
Fair enough. I missed the configuration rule from the OP.

UTH

5,010 posts

159 months

Bennet said:
Silvanus said:
Except we are looking at two very different configurations
Fair enough. I missed the configuration rule from the OP.
Hmmmm. Think I may have broken the rules then as the ZR1 didn’t exist in the C1 Corvette

MikeGTi

2,165 posts

182 months





ETA: I just noticed Silvanus has very good taste wink

Edited by MikeGTi on Friday 23 September 11:34

Silvanus

1,477 posts

4 months

UTH said:
Bennet said:
Silvanus said:
Except we are looking at two very different configurations
Fair enough. I missed the configuration rule from the OP.
Hmmmm. Think I may have broken the rules then as the ZR1 didn’t exist in the C1 Corvette
I'd imagine trim levels difference is ok

Silvanus

1,477 posts

4 months

Maybe stretching things a bit, current 2022 Ford Escort, with its very older brother




samoht

3,783 posts

127 months

Ferrari 250 GTO


Ferrari 812 Competizione



MrBig

1,912 posts

110 months

epom

8,963 posts

142 months

Silvanus

1,477 posts

4 months

Couple of MG 4 doors, you may not have heard of the MG 7. MGs answer to a Kia Singer or an Audi A7




Zetec-S

4,890 posts

74 months

Chubbyross

3,764 posts

66 months

These two would do me.