Dream Cars

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Inspired by KC, sort of, I’ve decided to put together a list of my favorite cars…that I’ll never be able to afford. The only way I’d ever be able to even dream of owning one of these cars is if I discover a rich relative that kicks the bucket two minutes later or win the lotto, and win a lot. The cars that make my list are cars that have made me stop and stare, really stare. Most people stare at these cars and marvel at the lack of manhood driving down the street, but they’re just jealous…right? Regardless of how over the top these cars are they are icons or game changers and will be drooled over by people (like me) for many more years to come.

35 Auburn

Auburn 1935 851 SC Cabriolet

Swanky, timeless, American bad-ass. American luxury at it’s finest. This car looks fast standing still, looks about as heavy as a tank, and looks like it needs to be driven. These cars retailed under $3000 dollars when they were new and go for 100 times that now. The 851 at one point had a V12 wedged under the hood, as was the fashion of the time, and then switched to a super-charged straight 8. If you were a Hollywood playboy in the 30s you would drive one of these.


Duesenberg 1929 Model J Dual Cowl Phaeton

The first US luxury car hands down. The Model J would cost you around $8000 in 1929 and then it had to head off to a coach builder to be finished. A finished Duesenberg could cost you up to $25,000, or about $318,729.53 in today’s money, outrageous right? Outrageously cool. These cars are some of the most sought after in the world easily worth a million bucks.


Porsche 911 Turbo

I’ve wanted one of these since I can remember! It would have to be red of course with the characteristic “whale tail”. You can’t beat German engineering.



I’m torn between the Diablo and the Murcielago. Both are cool, both have awesome lines and performance to boot. Tough call, maybe I’ll get both.

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