Here's the rules:
1. Just state what kind of sports car will you buy if you have a ton of money at the moment.
2. Don't spoil the fun y'all, please get back to me if you are done posting it and leave a comment stating the name and kind of the vehicle.
3. If you could link me to the post, it would be awesome!
Here's one of my dream vehicle .... it's a motorcycle! DUH!! Sorry, I don't like or want any cars.
Engine: 649cc (40 cu. in.) parallel twin making 46 BHP at 6,500 RPM
Compression ratio: 8.5:1
Front tire: 3.25 x 19 in.
Rear tire: 3.50 x 19 in.
Gas tank capacity: 4 Imp gallons
Oil tank capacity: 5 Imp pints
Wheelbase: 55.75 in.
Weight: 404 lbs.
Front brakes: 8-inch single-leading-shoe drum
Rear brakes: 7-inch single-leading-shoe drum
"Named in honor of Johnny Allen’s 193 mph run aboard a Triumph-powered streamliner at the famed salt flats in 1955, the twin-carb Bonneville was officially launched at the 1959 Earl’s Court Motorcycle Show in Great Britain.
The versatile and fast Bonneville was a hit from the start, and the nameplate would remain in the Triumph lineup until the company closed its Meriden factory in 1983. Following the company’s reorganization in 1991, the Bonneville returned in 2000.
Manufactured in October, 1958, this particular Bonneville features a host of details unique to the first series of 1959 models, including the distinctive headlight nacelle, a pearl grey and tangerine paint scheme, a two-level twinseat and tall touring handlebars.
Jaye Strait of Britech New England Inc. restored this bike using only refinished original or new old stock parts. The engine and frame numbers match. It was restored to be ridden and reliable. It is a strong-running machine that has traveled only 410 careful miles since the restoration.
This Bonneville has been owned since 1991 by Robert H. Whitney and has won numerous bike show trophies. In addition, it was featured in Lindsey Brooke's 2002 book, Triumph Motorcycles: A Century of Passion and Power.
Best of all, you can win this Triumph and a new 2009 T100 50th Anniversary Bonneville in the Museum's raffle."
Now all I need is a Sugar Daddy to pay for it or excellent luck in the raffle ... I bought two tickets! Y'all can't enter the contest. It's mine, I tells ya, all MINE!! LOL
It doesn't designate how many people I should pick on, uh, tag. So I'm tagging just three victims ... friends:
JBA at In Good Shape
Lanny at It's The Dirt
Li'L Cindi at Muse Swings
I gotta see what they will do with this. Visit their blogs as they'll have you rollin' in the aisles before you leave, guar-an-tee. Enjoy!