You're lucky you guys got to keep your cars... and heads.:no:Well just south of Ensenada we came around the corner and two of Mexico's finest were blocking the road(shotguns in hand). So one of them walked up to the first car and pointed to the 2nd dodge that was all ready lined up for a photo shoot. A minute later a 3rd car pulled up who was the one that spotted us a couple miles back and demanded that we take pictures with his cruiser, and that his kids could take pictures with the cars who just happend to be waiting there also. They ended up being pretty cool they had just never seen cars like ours before.
It comes and goes. Cars go swoopy and round and then angular and wedgey and back and forth. Lambos went angular and now downright sharply creased and Ferrari stayed round and swoopy. Other cars go back and forth with trends like how the Toyota Celica being round then swoopy and then angular and then extinct.Yeah, it's hard to imagine the lines on these cars to ever look old/dated. It's funny to see the reactions when I tell people it's an 05.