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Visual Sunday: Driving Anywhere this Weekend?

Which continent-crushing GT is your personal favourite? Where would you drive it? And who would you invite along for company?

3 Responses

  1. yrhmblhst

    Hmmm…today Im thinking my bride and a Ferrari 365 GTC4 in blue. Drive would be through the Texas Hill Country, then 2 lane it to Michigan and do M22 around the Sleeping Bear Dunes area, angle down to the Blue Ridge pkway and then a leisurely cruise back home staying out of arkansas.
    Yep, if i was to stay in this country and had a couple of weeks and cubic dollars, that would be todays choice.

  2. Anders Bilidt

    @yrhmblhst, I’m liking both your choice of wheels and route. :-)

    For me – today – it would probably be my dream Alfa Romeo Montreal. Preferably in that funky green metallic though the orange metallic would do as well. I reckon I would invite my eldest daughter of 11 years along in the passenger seat, as I’ve now had her along on two trans-european roadtrips in a classic car, and she thoroughly enjoys it. Destination? Well, in a Montreal, we would obviously have to spend about three weeks cross-navigating much of Italy while sticking to B-roads.

    That’s the money-really-isn’t-an-issue scenario. If I were to keep it a bit more real… Well, yesterday my BMW M535i e12 passed it’s first MOT since 2010! Another few weeks of getting the smaller details right, and I should have it back on the road. I can barely wait!! At which point a Scottish roadtrip of the North Coast 500 would be a fabulous experience…

  3. Tony Wawryk

    @yrhmblhst and @anders-bilidt – excellent choices, both! I think for me it would either be my dream 1971/2 long-hood 911 or, if an open-topped car, a Pagoda Mercedes Benz – any engine, don’t really mind. As for the destination, I’m thinking a drive that would include a stop off in Stuttgart to visit both their museums (again) and then on to Venice, one of my favourite places in the world.


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