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These are a few of my favorite things...
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corvettes:

Dick Guldstrand and a 68 Corvette
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corvettes:

1967 Corvette
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airows:

(via 20 Cool-As-Hell Motorcycles Worth Obsessing Over « Airows)
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cur8ion:

Aston Martin DB4GT Sanction II Zagato.  
From Bonham’s write up on chassis no. 0198/R that sold for £1,233,500:
Of the many models in Aston Martin’s 90-year history, and of the DB series of six-cylinder cars in particular, the DB4GT Zagato is arguably the best loved and most respected. The original collaboration between Aston Martin and Zagato of Milan resulted in a production run of only 19 constructed between 1961 and 1963, although the factory did in fact set aside 23 chassis numbers. It is an indication of the affection felt for these beautiful cars is that all 19 are still in existence, many in the UK. 
Read more via Bonham’s
cur8ion:

Aston Martin DB4GT Sanction II Zagato.  
From Bonham’s write up on chassis no. 0198/R that sold for £1,233,500:
Of the many models in Aston Martin’s 90-year history, and of the DB series of six-cylinder cars in particular, the DB4GT Zagato is arguably the best loved and most respected. The original collaboration between Aston Martin and Zagato of Milan resulted in a production run of only 19 constructed between 1961 and 1963, although the factory did in fact set aside 23 chassis numbers. It is an indication of the affection felt for these beautiful cars is that all 19 are still in existence, many in the UK. 
Read more via Bonham’s
cur8ion:

Aston Martin DB4GT Sanction II Zagato.  
From Bonham’s write up on chassis no. 0198/R that sold for £1,233,500:
Of the many models in Aston Martin’s 90-year history, and of the DB series of six-cylinder cars in particular, the DB4GT Zagato is arguably the best loved and most respected. The original collaboration between Aston Martin and Zagato of Milan resulted in a production run of only 19 constructed between 1961 and 1963, although the factory did in fact set aside 23 chassis numbers. It is an indication of the affection felt for these beautiful cars is that all 19 are still in existence, many in the UK. 
Read more via Bonham’s
cur8ion:

Aston Martin DB4GT Sanction II Zagato.  
From Bonham’s write up on chassis no. 0198/R that sold for £1,233,500:
Of the many models in Aston Martin’s 90-year history, and of the DB series of six-cylinder cars in particular, the DB4GT Zagato is arguably the best loved and most respected. The original collaboration between Aston Martin and Zagato of Milan resulted in a production run of only 19 constructed between 1961 and 1963, although the factory did in fact set aside 23 chassis numbers. It is an indication of the affection felt for these beautiful cars is that all 19 are still in existence, many in the UK. 
Read more via Bonham’s
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The Wagoonie Roadtrip to Waterfest 20
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All original Audi Quattro at Waterfest 20
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