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Mark Brown Nov 27
I went for a walk today.
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Mark Brown Nov 27
On this day, 10 years ago...
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ChicagoCarSpotter Nov 21
I think this is the first #812 I’ve seen on the road and in an interesting shade of blue. Doesn’t appear to be from the standard Ferrari pallet of “blu”. Mirabeau? Abu Dabi? TDF? Pozzi?
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 19
On today's episode of "Decals I Never Thought I'd See In Real Life" is this Ford Fiesta sporting the "Tattoo Graphic" (model number BE8Z-5420000-AB).
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 21
This wheel spec should be available from the factory.
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Sons of Speed Nov 22
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 24
I'm sure the oversized wheels help this Fisker Karma with its range.
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Tom Appel Nov 22
Score! This is absolutely my find of the month! Behold the Expo!
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 21
A Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin. Imagine if these were tuned by SVT like originally planned.
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 21
A classic Chevy C10. The white painted bumpers and trim look so good.
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Tom Appel Nov 22
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 21
Unlikely Mopar classics.
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ChicagoCarSpotter Nov 20
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Matthew A. Longtin Nov 24
Welcome to American luxury.
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Tom Appel Nov 19
I assume that cars like this were inherited by unworthy heirs.
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UrbanGearWorks Nov 27
Here's the McLaren at the lakefront in 2018. It's actually nicer now, but I avoid posting pics of other people's cars where they're frequently parked.
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Spekture Nov 20
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Tom Appel Nov 26
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Tom Appel Nov 23
When I spotted this from the street I assumed it was a Dodge, perhaps it was the color. Still, this thing is in amazing shape.
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The Crittenden Automotive Library Nov 20
This doesn't quite capture how bright the reflective FORD across the front is was my headlights. Great truck!
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