If you could have any 4 cars in your garage, money being no object what would they be?

Here are mine with associated mods. Also added a second list of four toys separate from registered street vehicles.
  1. TRX
    1. RW Offroad luxury prerunner build
    2. SRT Autoworks 1,000HP package
  2. 1971 Plymouth GTX
    1. Full carbon build by Speedkore
    2. Twin turbo 426 Hemi from NRE
    3. Built Tremec 6 speed
  3. Dream car since I was a kid - 97 Toyota Supra
    1. Billet motor
    2. 1,500+hp
    3. Built V161 6 speed
  4. Mclaren F1
    1. Nothing changed. It's perfect
Toys
  1. Mason AWD Trophy Truck
  2. Tatum TRX-4 Sand Car
    1. TT 1,500+HP
  3. Dave's Custom Boats M31
    1. Open bow/deck
    2. Twin Mercury 1350s
  4. Porsche 935 Race Car
    1. Naked Carbon
 
My apologies, make it a 70. My father had a 69 and said he wished it was a 426
Totally different cars, but hey it's your dream!

1969 🤮
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1970 :cool:

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OMG - this is so hard so I’m just going to go with these 4. Damn, this hard. Lol

1955 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing - This is the car that got me hooked on cars. It was a Matchbox I had when I was a kid and there is something about the shape of styling that even to this day I still love looking at it.

1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Dodge Viper ACR

TRX - I would have to keep it as my daily. I honestly don’t think I could give it up.
 
I don’t have my TRX yet, so I can’t say if I like it or not…

1) 02 Trans Am WS6 (modded of course) (always had a soft spot for them)
2) Hummer H1 (modded again…)
3) 70 Hemi Cuda Convertible
4) 427 Cobra (I’ll take the kit car… that I build myself)
 
Yes sir . Hide sight right .
I love that car but I got married and I was a mechanic at a Pontiac dealership in Houston and I sold the Chevelle and bought a grand prix family car..dumass me. ..thanks
There has been several cars I could have bought/kept that have tripled in value but at the time who would have known lol
 
Great thread. 4 isn’t enough tho IMO. At least 6.

1. Same sandblast TRX I own
2. Porsche 911 GT3
3. 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 (I had a 94, I miss that thing I really do).
4. 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

If I could go to 6, add me a Hummer H1 (not the pickup one), and a BMW X5M Competition
 
Great thread. 4 isn’t enough tho IMO. At least 6.

1. Same sandblast TRX I own
2. Porsche 911 GT3
3. 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 (I had a 94, I miss that thing I really do).
4. 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

If I could go to 6, add me a Hummer H1 (not the pickup one), and a BMW X5M Competition
I hear ya, about the 3000GT! I had a 94 Dodge Stealth TT, AWD, pearl yellow, and I still miss it too! I traded it in on my 2000 Viper, which I still have, but it truly was a fun car, a technological marvel for it's time! Maybe someday I will replace it, if I can find another one like it.
 
I hear ya, about the 3000GT! I had a 94 Dodge Stealth TT, AWD, pearl yellow, and I still miss it too! I traded it in on my 2000 Viper, which I still have, but it truly was a fun car, a technological marvel for it's time! Maybe someday I will replace it, if I can find another one like it.
Amen man. I had a black 94 Stealth R/T, and then picked up the 3000gt I mentioned. Sold them for an Audi S4 when I got older. I regret the 3000gt sale. Like you, said someday I’d get another. Amazing machines for the time. Active aero, all wheel steering, active suspension, digital HVAC with the funny looking man on it.
 
I was just skimming along not paying attention to who was posting when I saw this. Thought to myself, has to be a SoCal or AZ guy... LOL. Sure enough. Nice choice, they make awesome boats.
Guilty as charged haha. They're the gold standard around our parts. If you have a better recommendation for this boating rookie, please let me know.
 
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