Silent Sunday?: 19/11/2017

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  1. My friend who has to leave her house and her cat to the vet to make way for Supercars next weekend would have a view on the silence of cars. How dare this one intrude on a beautiful view???? Nice eradication of number plate! Enjoy your Sunday as much as I have.

  2. Going for a ride? It’s a beauty and the road looks promising.

  3. A nice combination of personal wealth and natural beauty. Have a restful Sunday Sue

  4. Is this a 328 GTS? I had a friend years ago who dealt in exotic cars, from a showroom in Wandsworth. He once let me drive a 308 GTS, an earlier model. I was so excited at the time (around 1978, I’m guessing) but in London traffic, I hated it. The ‘slotted’ gear-change, first gear too low, and the whole car felt just too wide and unwieldy in the crowded streets of South London. I also felt as if I was almost sitting on the ground.
    After waiting all that time to enjoy such an exotic drive, I was actually happy to climb back into my Volvo 164 TE. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      A 1982 308, Pete! I would love to have driven one, but well beyond my physical capabilities now, and I certainly could never afford one.

      • I had a similar experience with an early Porsche 911 Turbo, from the same friend. I lusted after a test drive, and when I got it, I hated the car! I think I decided then to settle for a big comfortable seat, good visibility, and an automatic gearbox. 🙂 🙂

      • Sue

        Oh, I did own a little sportscar, loved it and drove thousands of miles on the continent….but nothing powerful

  5. Looks like a perfect place to take a car like that.

  6. Working in the trade for so long made me lose interest in cars I’m afraid, they just have to get me there now and since I have to pay for them I rarely break the speed limit!

  7. Ah, a beauty for you!

  8. Red for danger??? Love the scenery…

  9. I bet this is not a silent car. But beautifully capture. I like the contrast between this moster of a car and the rolling hills of mother nature.

  10. Out for a cruise? Oh those rolling hills.

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