Facebook List: Pictures Of The Cars You Love
By Seyth Miersma
July 28, 2011
Colleen Egan: “This '04 Corvette Le Mans Commemorative Coupe is the best Corvette I ever owned. I've had several, have a really nice '70 now, but this honestly was the nicest car to own and drive and I'd like to get another one.”
Robert W. Lowe: “That would be racing legend Vic Elford in the driver's seat of my 997.2.”
Harry Bonkosky: “My favorite photo of my favorite car, a 1976 BMW 2002 which I sadly sold last October. Still miss it!”
Evan Frank: “I'd say this is my current favorite. Haven't gotten out for a shoot since I lowered it out of 4x4 mode. 2006 Ford Mustang GT.”
Scott Farm: “Love my 2004 MINI Cooper S and WR!”
Adam Roeger: “My 2005 Mazda RX-8. 6-speed manual, twin rotor Wankel, 9000 rpm redline, Kumho Ectsa sport tires. Handles like nothing I've ever driven before. So forgiving and so satisfying to heel toe downshift. I often scare my wife when I switch to her Mazda5 and forget I have to slow down for corners.”
Gary Dulude: “2001 Cadillac Seville, taken in front of the Yaquina Bay Bridge in Newport, Oregon. Fast, extremely comfortable, superb highway car, sleek and timelessly elegant. Named Sabrina for the Audrey Hepburn movie character (also timelessly elegant).”
Victor Orozco: “1997 Camaro RS 3800SII”
Rex Brown: “Not the best picture but definitely my favorite car.
1974 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV.”
A few weeks ago (sorry, we’re late on this one) we asked our Facebook friends to upload, “the best picture of the best car you’ve ever owned.” More than a handful of you responded by sharing some great images of a few very cool rides (and at least one racing driver). Click through the list above to have a look. If you want to join in on the fun, feel free to upload your own favorite car pic of a vehicle you have fond ownership memories of to the page.
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