Not sure if this is quite right for this it is nearly there so thought this video was appropriate to this
Derek, No Austin 7, No Lotus 7, No Caterham 7!
Give me 2 good reasons why Raquel Welch !!
TWO good reasons ,,,,you that pissed of with me Tom you want to get me banned ,last time I saw her on tv was on a show by ,piers Morgan ,,,She was poss late sixties early seventies ,,,but still looked good
yes I no I'm a sad old bastard ,,but what the hell ,,nice to liven things up a bit
ONE MORE ! The classic RIVA wooden deck motor launch - expensive but what a looker.
The vomit inducing BR APT
The Bristol Brabazon
The Austin Allegro
The most beautifull one would be the S1 E type coupe with Dunlop mag's and the most Iconic/important post WW2 would be the Tucker.
Can't pick one of each, so here goes:
Train - Sir Nigel Gresley A4 60007 and Tornado A1 60163
Plane - DH98 Mosquito, BAC TSR2 and EE Lightning
Car - Caterham Seven 1600 Sprint, LR Defender and AC 428 Coupe
Interestingly, I just googled the AC and you can hire one in Potters Bar, not far from me... at a cost of £1,136.64 for one day!
Train - British Rail APT
Plane - SR-71 Blackbird (with a mention for the MiG-29 I saw perform a tail slide at Farnborough once).
Car - Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Nice call of an AC 428 - a very rare bird ., and sooo much classier than the more steroidal examples of its Cobra sibling. Despite being an almost identical car to the Maserati Mistrale , it looks so much more potent .The knowledge that there's 428cubic inches of V8 under the bonnet?
I'll add a Bugatti Type 35 , surely the loveliest pre war sports/racing car and a Giugiaro favourite , the Gordon Keeble GK1 ,from a time when 'hybrid' had very different connotations.
Favourite, most beautiful and 'iconic' are three different things; so, here goes...
aircraft: V22 Osprey; Mosquito; Concorde.
loco: Gresley A4 Pacific streamliner (preferably one of the four original silver ones, rather than Gresley or Mallard); ditto; ditto;
car: Lotus 88 maybe? Still thinking on that one; Brabham BT49/50/51 (just for the side view, if nothing else); Chaparral 2F.
road cars: not especially interested tbh, but I suppose Seven; original Elan; Seven.
Oh, and GT40? Really?? Even if that's your sort of thing, it can never be the most beautiful whilst the Mirage M1 derivative exists...