Your rides

Here are the rides that MCB readers sent in this week.

Harry in PR rolling towards Naranjito in his BMW 2002:

dougescriva’s gorgeous 1957 Austin-Healey 100-6 MM race car in Florida green:

His street car, another big Healey:

Chris V.’s 1995 BMW M3 (E36):

delux1cs’s 996 911:

His 280Z:

kiwi_obecny’s Skoda 1000 MBX:

Keith C.’s 1970 VW Bus (lowlight sunroof deluxe) — cool!

JuL in San Diego’s newly-acquired 1997 Carrera 2S (993) along with the rest of the family:

tpdorsey ’66 Porsche 912 (in Mexico Blue?):

Skorj’s 911S 2.7 Targa in, yup, Mexico Blue:

Matthieu in France’s BMW Z3 M Coupe:

Fantastic, enviable stuff guys— you all are living the dream.

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~ by velofinds on March 25, 2013.

5 Responses to “Your rides”

  1. Kiwi Obecny’s Skoda in excellent condition,looks great!
    Generally I do not like the socialist vehicles,but this is an exeption!
    And the Healeys!AAArrgh!!! Must have!

    • 100% agree, Gabor. Despite some very desirable and very nice Porsches, the classic Skoda and Healeys steal this week’s show. Sweet!

  2. Damn! Sweet rides guys!

  3. The 912 was originally 6603 Gulf Blue, and my intention is to repaint it in this shade soon.

    Current color is something of a mystery. I believe it’s an attempt at 6803 Ossi Blue. Because the paint codes and shade are similar, this a common mistake for budget repaints. You can’t see it in this photo, fortunately, but the current paint job is of rather poor quality. Depending on the panel and the light, can look a bit like Oxford or Glacier.

    For the Porsche nerds: this is a December ’65 build, 3-gauge, 5-speed with the original engine and transmission.

    • > ’65 build, 3-gauge, 5-speed with the original

      Wow. An early one for sure. I used to spanner on a friend’s 3-gauge as well – nr.636 or similar I think.

      Funny thing about the blues too, as Mexico morphed into Bahama. Or, was it the other way around? Neko.

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