I agree those look rather nice. I feel as if they are just the right amount of flashy not too much but just right. Well my quest continues. Maybe Edmunds has it in its specs or something. What year were those 7 spokes from?
Cayman youve had an anniversary edition for that long? #respectttt
More like CaveMan than Cayman
Well 17 years this coming March. Bought the #1 car in March of 1999 from my moms BF. Picked up the second one in 2007 after someone rear ended me in a construction zone, totaled my mint 95 Escort LX and drove off. So then there were two. The second one was fairly clean out of Florida but not perfect. I put 100k on that with very few issues. The road chemicals up here finally rusted the second car out to the point of no return this spring. Since the driveline and motor were solid I specially went shopping for a Thunderbird needing some driveline work to use as a daily driver. And somehow managed to come home with another 30th. So now there's three.
But yeah I've been looking at the same wheels on the same colored cars since 1999 and 2007. The latest acquisition is to rough to really be a restoration candidate and I have a extra set of wheels so I'm looking to change it up a little.
In regards to the number one car my inner hotrodders always been at war with my inner car restorer. Knowing how prized untouched cars are among auto enthusiasts I've left it alone. Probably wisely. But after joining the forum I've got the bug to do some mods. So I'm squirreling away some parts. Already have a M8 driveshaft and LCA's. The DD is a little too crusty to really invest much time or money in. So I'm planning on fixing the rusty rockers the best I can. Fixing the little stuff and driving it. So I'm kinda looking for a cleaner project car down the road. Whether that's another 30th or TBird is mostly dependent on whatever I run across.
I do think a 30th with all the practical mods would be a great sleeper. But a TBird could be just as much fun.
I don't know about respect
sometimes I feel like a hamster running on a wheel that can't get off
still I think there's something worthwhile about trying to keep the 30ths on the road.