Damn that was a fun thread. I had completely forgotten about it even though it was such a vexsome puzzle with a sublime ending.
Although I wasn't quick enough to snap a photo, I saw a seal grey Carrera GT in traffic at lunch today. 1270 produced (and a fair amount that have been wadded up since) makes for a pretty rare sighting. I've seen one in this color several times before and would have recognized the owner if I'd gotten close enough but didn't, so it may be the same one, or another.
2012 Porsche Carrera 991
WOW. Never even heard of it...and I think I'm fluent in classics.
They made something like 3,000 of them, and few enough survive that they make the Honda S500 and S600 look almost common.
It's got a little 800cc opposed twin, it's light, and looks like a 2000GT pedal car. I agree, they are awesome!
I saw an actual, legit Trabant in Chicago last night. It was white, and in perfect (for a Trabant ) condition, "DDR" country oval sticker on the back and all. I was on a mission to find a certain restaurant, and intended to stop and get pics on the way back, but when I returned it was gone.
Rules be damned! I saw a alfa 8c here in the snowy state of Minnesota at a Cars and Coffee as well as a Gallardo superleggera in gray (only 225 of those in that color in the world). I know the lambo is questionable in unicorn status, but here in the tundra I take what I can get. I'll post pics when I get home.
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I'll need to take a picture next time I see it, but my dad reminded me that someone near him has a BEAT Sonnet II 2-stroke as a sort of 3-seasons car.