Last edited by Sherpa23F; 10-01-2012 at 12:48 AM.
I used to have a picture of me sitting in a Porsche RSK, when I was about 4.
I have no idea where the pic went, or what happened to the car.
"The Sebring is an extraordinary car. Ugly to behold and hateful to drive, it is not cheap, elegant, comfortable, practical, prestigious, clever, economical, luxurious, well designed, well thought out or, if the rental car I drove in America this year is anything to go by, especially well made either." - Jeremy Clarkson
here is another picture. same car same sport different instagram filter lol.
I'm going to disregard your "car shows and meets" rule. This guy drove up in the car, talked to me and others about it, then got in and drove home, oh and I took the picture.
If seeing one of 64 ever made, driving on public streets, and with an amenable owner, doesn't qualify as seeing a unicorn, then you can ban my post.
2012 Porsche Carrera 991
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I have an idea, we will try it my way first...and then we will finish.
Pictures Ive taken of stuff
Can we get an understanding of what a Unicorn is, by the way?
A unicorn, to me, is a car that means something to you, is very special/rare/hard to find, and every time you try to buy/find/obtain one, you come up empty.
My 1991 Taurus SHO is a unicorn, because its a rare model thats hard to find in good condition, and is something I have wanted since before I had a drivers license.
An XJ220, while insanely rare and cool (despite being at a car show) is not what I would call a unicorn.
2014 Volkswagen Jetta GLI Edition30, Pure White/Black V-tex/carbon
2016 Honda Accord Sport CVT w/ HondaSensing, Crystal Black Pearl/Black
also, we recently sold our 968 Cabrio, of which only about 4,200 were produced globally from 92' through 95', with about 2,200 coming to the NA market.
I'd suspect both of these cars qualify as unicorn's.
Kaiser Darrin - the first production fiberglass sports car in the USA, beating the Corvette to market by one month. Featured a unique "pocket door" design that made the doors slide into the fender of the car. Only 435 were made for the 1954 model year. Kaiser eventually changed its name to Kaiser Jeep and was later taken over by American Motors.