Nice group! You forgot Lancia on your list of Italian companies though ;D BTW, is it alright if I added my Oblivion Roadster? It's not a real car, but it's supposed to be an Italian roadster. Permalink
Quoting Dohoon Kim
Guess what I saw a Porsche cayman.Porsche 911 and a mustang convertible!
Cool! But when I was on vacation I saw a Viper convertabile (SRT-10), 5 Porshe 911's, 6 Caymans, 9 mustangs and mustang convertabiles, and a Lamborghini!
The reason for that is because there was a Porshe dealer about 5 miles away ;) . Permalink
Well here in my life time i've seen corvettes, mustangs, 2010 camaros, 2009 challengers and i'v seen 2 mustang saleens, alot of porsche but they arn't really that cool, 2 lotus elise, like 5 mustang shelby, 5 lamoborghinis and 7 ferraris and 2 Audi R8 and also i was lucky enough to see a ferrari enzo. have of these were in Puerto rico and the other half were in Austin,TX Permalink
SYSTEM OVERFLOW! Hi guys, I just entered the group and thus added nearly all of my creations to the group pool, hehehe. By the way: @ Dylan Denton: I think you should definately add your VW Nardō - it was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro / Italdesign...and "Bugatti" is listed as Italian make. That's unfortunately wrong, they are French (or at least German as they belong to Volkswagen. The Veyron's W-16 engine is produced in Sven's and my hometown Salzgitter B-D). Cheers & thanks for inviting me, Jens Permalink
Quoting Joel Congi
The only porsche I've seen is my aunt's boxter.
I've seen 1 ferrari in my life and see mustangs, vettes, challengers, and camaros every day.
That's funny, as Mustang, Challenger, Vette etc. are very rare in Germany...but you see Porsches all around. Especially the "Cayenne" SUV is very popular. Ferraris are quite rare, although Germany is their best market in Europe (and second after USA). Lamborghini is absolutely rare, although I have seen two Gallardos in one hour when I was in Berlin. The big cities are certainly more "crowded" with exotics. The most incredible thing ever was last years "Ferrari Racing Days" on the famous Nürburgring. There were about 800 private owned and several hundreds of racing Ferraris...absolutely unbelievable! You may take a look at my <a href=http://www.flickr.com/photos/legoexotics/sets/72157622440778944/> flickr account</a> to get some impressions. Enjoy, Jens Permalink