I'm shocked to spot four buildings of 10 stories or more, not because they survived the earthquake, but because I was under the impression 10 stories constituted a skyscraper in 1906, and that prior to the elevator, six or eight stories was considered the practical limit.
I always wanted to do this, and have multiple tracks overlayed into one giant metropolis, interconnected by spectacular spaghetti onramps.
The projection for the manual CTS-V wagon was: eight.
That's just an optical illusion caused by the huge square fenders and lower body. It has the same basic tub shape as an Audi, Toyota, Porsche, Honda, Ligier, Deltawing, etc.
Racing Pigeon Fanciers:
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Ah, wrong thumb! And right after I clicked hopefully the right stuff to file taxes! Bad things are happening!
It distresses me to think that any of the bugs or buses has been deliberately distressed. Will these still be a staple of car shows in another couple of decades? Will it be the same collection of models, passed on, or will the lawns be filled with slammed Muranos with skunked paint?
Your photo of the R16 is lovely. Too bad the back end is so... unfortunate.
I have only one question: Why does the back seat not also have T-Tops?