Damn it, i wish I had not found this thread because now all I can think about what I'd love to drive. so to the "Classics," I shall add McLaren F1. Before "everything but the kitchen sink" that is the Bugatti Veyron, the F1 was king. Developed by one of the most obsessive minds this side of motor-dom, Gordon Murray. Gold-lined engine bays, anyone? Everything done to this car was purposeful. Most supercars at that time, except the F40 and 959, were more focused on the image of owning something expensive. I reckon, Murray valued substance more and funneled that into the F1. It reigned king for more than a decade. I can't believe I forgot this machine. I want to add the 959 to the dream garage, to round out the trifecta of awesomeness that includes the F1 and F40, but I don't want to get too greedy. Plus, I figure the Singer 911 would scratch that itch. Ok, now seriously, I need to prep for an interview.