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Auto art(beautiful automobiles)

hawkeye_a

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Cars were just a basic need; a means to an end; a way to get from A to B. A few years ago I started discovering and appreciating beautiful(inside and out) cars.

I’m still a novice at best, so I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread about it in order to see, share and learn more about beautiful cars.

Pictures & videos encouraged.

Cheers

I think the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale(1967) is quite possibly the most beautiful car ever made...

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(Source: ClassicDriver.com)
 

bhtwo

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Cars were just a basic need; a means to an end; a way to get from A to B. A few years ago I started discovering and appreciating beautiful(inside and out) cars.

I’m still a novice at best, so I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread about it in order to see, share and learn more about beautiful cars.

Pictures & videos encouraged.

Cheers

I think the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale(1967) is quite possibly the most beautiful car ever made...

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(Source: ClassicDriver.com)

A beauty indeed!
 
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hawkeye_a

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The Alfa Romeo TZ2 (1964 - 1967)
It came down to the Ferrari 250 GTO(1962 - 1964) (possibly my favorite Ferrari) or the Alfa Romeo TZ2. But IMHO, there's something about the Alfa's proportions that helps it edge out the Ferrari in aesthetics.






 
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ducknalddon

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The Lamborghini Miura (1966 - 1973)
The first supercar with a mid-engined two-seat layout. A passion project of seven Lamborghini employees working after hours. Not too shabby.

A Miura drove though my village last weekend, lovely. My favourite though would have to be the Ferrari Dino.

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Allyance

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1967 Torino Italia. Had the pleasure of owning one for a couple of years. Mine was a British Racing Green coupe. High performance Ford 289, same performance specs as the 289 Cobra. Certainly not the quality or refinement of the Ferrari's and others pictured here, but helluva lot fo fun for $6000 in '67. Could pull 64 mph in first gear!
 
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