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This sounds horrible, but I would gladly watch any or all of my personal cars get crushed if I could have just one of those amazing cars in 1:1. To me that type of car is BY FAR the sexiest and ballsiest type of car ever.
In the early eighties I had a chance to buy a Deutsch Bonnett Panhard like the red '59 pictured for cheap money. Well, I didn't even have cheap money then...dang it!!!!
I believe the car listed as a '64 Iso Rivolta is really a Bizzarrini....anyone???
That is a very cool site. I don't know much about racing history, but I do know that I have always liked the cars that are shown shown on that site. Makes me want my TR back. Can't get it though because the guy I sold it to lost control of it and "horse shoed" it around a tree. He's lucky he didn't kill himself.
Very informative! I'm finishing up on my 43rd American muscle/drag car collection so I've got some money "burning a hole in my pocket". I am going to start collecting 43rd American road race cars of the 60's (Chevy powered).