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Few nice cars: I know I left out some, but I will be updating this thread as well as some info that ties into the theme of this thread.

There is definitely something for everyone, without question......

Note that I know some info is missing and is not consistent with every car, but I will possibly make additions later.

Hope you guys enjoy, stay tuned.......

Aston Martin DBS
300 unit production of a DBS road version of the DBS used in the film Casino Royale. It’s based on an uprated version of the DB9, it has a wider track, lower ground clearance, bold scoops, and air intakes in the front, the V12 is boost to over 500 hp.








Fisker Latigo CS (based off the 650 & M6) – $182,000 - $249,000 – Dinan bored & stroked 5.0L V10 to 5.8L (650 hp, most likely more) – 205 mph
Custom Titanium crystal metallic paint (one of the best I have seen)
The car is not completely finished by the way…..






Fisker Tramonto (underneath this coachbuild marvel is the SL55 AMG) Aluminum and Carbon Fiber body panels – Steel is used judiciously to enhance structural rigidity. Grille design inspired by highly sophisticated aircraft designs, such as the F/A-22 Raptor Fisker/Kleemann supercharged 5.5L V8 – 610 hp – over 650 lb-ft – 0-60 = 3.6

Undeniably sexy!!




Pagani Zonda Roadster Clubsport – AMG 7.3L V12 – 650hp – 576 lb-ft @ - 2706 lbs – 1.4 g – 0-62 = 3.6 sec – 214 mph







Spyker C8 Spyder - $269,000 – 2750 lbs (711 lbs lighter than the Gallardo) Magnesium wheels – Aluminum space frame with aluminum panels
F1 Style independent suspension






Koenigsegg CCX - $540,000 – 2601 lbs – 4.7L V8 twin supercharged w/806 hp – 678 lb-ft @ 5700 rpm – 0-62 = 3.2 sec – ¼ mile = [email protected] 146mph – 250 mph
19x9.5 (F) 20x12.5” (R) Carbon/Magnesium wheels weigh 14.5 and 17.5 lbs






 

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Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - $1.5 million – 1001 hp / 925 lb-ft – 7 spd DSG
0-62 = 2.5 sec / 0-100 = 5.5 sec / 0-100-0 = 9.9 sec / 252 mph
It cost about $8,000 to replace one rear tire – Driven at it’s top speed (252 mph) it will run out of fuel in 12 minutes.








Ferrari Enzo – 6.0L V12 - 660 hp – 2766 lbs – 11.1 @ 133 mph – 0-60 = 3.4 sec
Tons and tons of carbon on my……

A follow up to the enzo named Nuovo (it definetly will not be name Enzo, but if it will simply be Nuovo is uncertain right now) will be coming out based more so off the FXX with 800 hp and Ferrari has addressed the complaints regarding the edgy look while adding a true F1 style front spoiler, not too many details about it…….








Hamann Murcielago Roadster (Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster)



Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 – 6.5L V12 – 640 hp – 487 lb-ft – 0-60= 3.4 sec
Body= sheet steel and honeycombed carbon fiber, glued and riveted together






Ferrari F430 – $170,000 (plus a nice premium) 490 hp – 196 mph – 0-60 = 3.6
(F1) Gear changes take 150 milliseconds (declutching, changing gear, to releasing clutch)




Novitec Rosso F430 ($100,000 complete package)
Twin rotrex superchargers (maximum 6.1 psi each)
Novitec 3.80:1 transaxle takes the top speed to 216 mph, but adds one to two tenths to the acceleration (slower) – Center bolt NF1 wheels by Fondmetal in Italy





Saleen S7 Twin Turbo – well over $400,000 - 750 hp / 1000 hp versions
750 hp – 700 lb-ft – 10.5 @ 145 – 0-60 = 2.9 sec - 1.10 g
An unofficial report said car was very successful in high speed testing, maybe 260 mph, not sure what the official top speed is......






 

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Ultima GTR720 0-60 = 2.6 – 0-100-0 = 9.4 sec (faster than a Veyron by .5)
100-0 in 3.6 sec (get a Valentine One for extra measure) – 9.9 @ 143 mph






McLaren F1 – 627 hp – 240.1 mph – etc etc etc





McLaren F1 LM - Limited Edition: Only 5 built (one for every GTR that finished the Le Mans race in 1995, finishing 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 13th place)
0-60= 3.0 sec - 680 hp – 703 lb-ft – 132 lbs less than the F1 road car






Brabus Rocket (World’s Fastest Sedan) – 227 mph – 15” rotors w/12 pistons calipers – 811 lb-ft @ 2100 rpm



Bentley Continental GT Diamond Series – 6L W-12 TT – 552 hp – 479 lb-ft @ 1600 rpm - 198 mph – 0-60= 4.7 – Carbon Ceramic Brakes: (420 x 44 mm [F] / 356 x 28 mm [R])



MTM Bentley Continental GT [Fastest Bentley] - 205.6 mph (331 km/h)
635 & 650 hp kits, the latter makes about 580 lb-ft of torque






Hamann Gallardo / Spyder




Ariel Atom - $37k (base) - $50k and beyond $65,000 (300 hp / supercharged) – 1,034 lbs
160 hp, 220 hp & [300 hp supercharged version coming soon]
0-60 = 3.7 sec (220 hp version) - 1,998cc i-VTEC – redline @ 8600 rpm
Each car is hand assembled and it takes around 40 hours to complete.
Yes, that’s Jeremy Clarkson in the third picture.




 

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Porsche 911 Turbo (997) – $123,000 - 480hp – 460 lb-ft from 1950-5000 rpm – 193 mph
0-60 = 3.7 / 3.4 (6spd manual / 5 spd Tiptronic S)
Optional Sports Chrono Package Turbo with Overboost – Brief overboost of power via sport button and under full throttle during mid-range engine speeds increasing torque by 45 lb-ft to 505 lb-ft






Porsche RUF Rt12 – 650 hp – 642 lb-ft – 220 mph – RUF integrated roll cage





Gemballa GTR 650 – 650 hp – 605 lb-ft @ 4800 rpm – 0-124 = 11.2 sec - 208 mph





Porsche Sportec SPR1 – 802 hp – 0-60 = 2.9 sec – above 236 mph – 0-124 = 8.7 sec



9ff has achieved manufacturer status in Germany to sit in company with RUF and Gemballa. December 12, 2004 9ff broke the top speed World Record for all street legal vehicles @ 241.1mph, topping there previous record set in June, 2004 at the Nardo, Italy test track. 840 hp and a weight of 2,867 lbs.

December 12, 2004 9ff broke the top speed World Record for all street legal vehicles @ 241.1mph, topping there previous record set in June, 2004 at the Nardo, Italy test track.
On January, 2005 they achieved a new best of 242.5 mph ContiSportContact 2 Vmax tyres, size 235/35 ZR 19 on the front and 275/30 ZR 19 on the rear.


Cliff: 9ff builds some of the best porsches around!

9F V-400 supercar



Porsche Carrera GT - $444,000 5.7L V10 – 604 hp @ 8,000 rpm – 435 lb-ft @ 5750 rpm 0-60 = 3.5 sec – - 208 mph - 3042 lbs – Carbon fiber monocoque
Production of the Carrera GT stopped on May 6, 2006 after 1271 units had been manufactured, more than half of them are in North America.





BMW M6 (6spd manual coming)

Pictured: G-Power G6 V10 Coupe 5.0 S (tuned M6) with 620 hp (N/A) – 205 mph – etc



 

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HAMANN Z8 – 0-62 = 4.2 sec – 183.3 mph – 420 hp



Lotus Exige 240R – 243 hp @ 8,000 rpm - 0-60 = 3.9 / 0-100 = 9.9 sec
Ohlins suspension w/22 compression and 60 rebound settings (bring lunch to the track), Limited Edition: 50 built




Ford GTX1 Roadster (rearward visibility) – 550 hp – 500 lb-ft
Ford GT – 500 hp – 500 lb-ft







1969 Twin Turbo Camaro “Mule” built by Mark Stielow (no longer the owner)
1000 hp – Very well integrated full cage – Shown on Episode #8 of Dream Car Garage





1969 Camaro (Super Muscle) – Balwin-Motion 540


 

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1971 Hemi Cuda – 870 hp on pump gas – C5 corvette suspension –
15” Red Devil Titanium rotors with 6 piston calipers
The front fenders, hood, and front and rear spoilers are custom molded out of carbon fiber. Curb weight is an anorexic 2,800 pounds









 

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nice thread, great pictures, and no complaints.
 

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More info on the 'cuda, please. :)
572ci Hemi (535 lbs) has Hogan’s sheetmetal intake manifold and a FAST EFI system.

Indy Legend aluminum block
Callies crank
Eagle Rods
Accufab 90mm throttle-bodies
268/264-at-0.050 cam
Four-stage dry sump oiling system by Missile Enterprises w/Charlies aluminum oil pan
2.25" header primaries, 3.5" collector pipes, custom bent by Alan Johson
Twin-disc 10.5" Centerforce LMC aluminum clutch
Lakewood Top Fuel-style direct drive bellhousing
Bulletproof T56 built by Rockland Standard Gear utilizing 9310 nickel-alloy gears
Halfshalfs by the Drive Shaft Shop
Hyperco coilovers w/bilstein shocks
Addco torsion-bar-style sway bars
Michelin tires 295/30-19 up front and 335/30-20 out back on one-off 19x10 (f) and 20x12 (r) [Colorado Customs two-piece wheels]
 

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I saw that Cuda at least years SEMA in the Popular Hot Hot Rodding booth. I knew it was light, but not 2800lbs light. :eek:
 

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Dodge Viper SRT/10 TT (Various)

Heffner Twin Turbo SRT-10 - HRE 840R – Moton Club Sport Coilovers
902 rwhp and around 957 lb-ft rear-wheel torque on 91 octane.
AEM EMS (Only viper tuner Used to regulate the fuel and boost, lower boost is run at certain times to benefit better drivability…. The boost is regulated until the wheel speed increases enough to make the car drivable at any speed.





2006 Venom 1000 Twin Turbo SRT Coupe - $225,000 (Only 24 will be built)
0-60 = 2.9 sec – 0-100 = 5.9 sec – 255 mph – 2 yr / 24,000 mile warranty
Adjustable traction control system – 1-Day Private Track Instruction with Brian Smith (1st Place Driver: 2005 ROAD & TRACK Standing Mile Shootout, 2004 CAR AND DRIVER Supercar Shootout)




Venom 1000 Twin Turbo SRT10 with VenomAero body upgrade.



Aston Martin Rapide





DB9 sports pack

 

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A+ thread :bowdown: There isnt one car listed that I dont like...
 

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Add in a Hi-Res photo of Hellspawns LS1-FD and you're set!

2,700 lbs, 400rwhp, low 12 sec car (if not better I believe), 20-25mpg ;)

Of all of those cars, as I scrolled through, the two Porsches (well the Ruf) gave me the most goosebumps. Perhaps I'm a porsche guy after all! I need to look into them.

That and the FD of course, :sadance: :sadance: :sadance:
 
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