As another month draws to a close it’s once again time to round up the month’s feature cars for our weekly reader poll.
Race car or street car, new car or old car – it’s time for you guys to pick your favorite featured machine from the month of September.
Here they are.
Make your vote below!
Definitely voted for the K3, such an amazing piece of workmanship, like nothing else on any road for that matter. But I did have a place in my heart for the Future Proof Integra. It is a perfect example of a timeless car that survives not through pumping money into top of the line parts to make it the biggest and baddest, but the owner works with the OEM specs to form a car built out of pure enthusiasm and simplicity.
I chose Bee Dragon because that car is pure inspiration. I really like Jon Sibal's car but he kinda ripped off his style from a different well known car. I have considered the same thing for my personal cars but I wouldn't call that innovative. The race cars are awesome but have been so for 30 years so to us older guys we've seen them in the Tamiya catalogues for years since we were kids. The RX-7 concept is amazing. Building real cars inspired by toys. I'm just not a big fan of Boso flares. The Cressy is sick. I had a DA-GSR and never liked them with bodykits. This one is flawless but my personal tastes exclude it. The BRZ is dope but when I watch Super GT the cameras are always on the Honda/Nissan/Toyota GT500 battle.
the challenger just looks menacing to me, it's up to no good and scares children for fun.
I think the owner of the challenger and his buddies are rigging the poll. No way that car is getting more legitimate votes than the BRZ. What is it even doing on the poll???
yomannoway don forget the JDM Legends RX7 and the jagermeister K3 are also beating it.
The RX7 got my vote, but the 2002 is my close second. Still love that S1; that's a beast. All are gorgeous rides though.
Had to be the Audi replica. In my mind, nothing represents "speedhunting", than building a childhood dream car, and racing it yourself. The fact that it's the infamous "too fast to be legal" Gruppe B car - seals the deal.
challenger and the escort had me, but the function the escort had to it brought it up top for me
if i could i would vote for 3 of my favs....the GT300 BRZ, the K3 and Jon's Challenger, which also get my vote!
I wish you would of gotten a more thorough feature of the brz to be honest. But I still voted for it.
lowrado Growing up is realizing that tastes and opinions vary and sometimes those of others are just as valid as your own.
Very tough decision but my vote went to the Challenger. It mightn't be a historic like the K3 or an amazing display of craft like the Escort etc. but for me it's the sort of car that appeals straight to the heart. My opinion is that Detroit got their current generation of pony cars very right after decades of malaise and I've been waiting to see owners display the same sort of free thinking 'youthfulness' in modifying them that their 60s counterparts did with the originals; rather than the dowdy 'billet rod'/Hawaiian tshirt stuff that is waaay too common.
I'll ditto the comments about the quality of the carbon wrap on the shaker but the car on the whole is so very right. Plus, I'm a big fan of the RWB style and Mr. Nakai's stuff.
As a diehard Subie fan... that GT300 BRZ article blew me away. What a beautiful, aggressive, and well designed race car! I can't wait till I can turbo my BRZ ;)
Vote up for the Challenger, it's really something refreshing to see on a muscle car, looks amazing. A predator.
Not a challenger fan (or dodge cars for that matter) but this is so right and a great take on the style(rwb) a few performance upgrades and this would be a weapon.
The Quattro was the most impressive machine I've seen built by a non-race team. The JDM Legends RX-7 is gorgeous, and the GT300 BRZ? Well, I drooled a little.
K3 or BRZ. I'm going for BRZ and that was a tough choice indeed. Had to pick race car over mod just this time around.
MangoZerox I'm sorry. I really don't mean offence, but I just can't stand by idle after the most asinine statement in the history of all car interent sites has been uttered. That Jagermeister K3 is the sister car to the 935 K3 that won Le Mans in 1979. The Jagermeister car is believed to be chassis #000 00 011 which finished 2nd at Spa in 1980 at the hands of John Fitzpatrick. I wasn't even aware that a racing BRZ was in existence, and even with that being the case it will never sniff a tenth of the racing career, history, and provenance of the K3 935s. In fact that 1979 Le Mans win was the last time, likely for good, that acar based off a mass-produced production model won the race outright.
In fact that 1979 Le Mans win was the last time, likely for good, that acar based off a mass-produced production model won the race outright."
That is something that will likely never happen again!
Here's the complete race history of Chassis #000 00 011 (in case you don't know this!)
That First Gen RX7 just screams old school! It's the best looking first gen i've seen in a while, JDM Legends did an amazing job on it!
For me, it was a toss up between the Jagermeister k3 and the BRZ. The Quattro S1 is pretty wicked too, gotta love group B.
@0versteer with all the massive effort put into the other cars, it's really a shame to see so many votes for a car most of us could put together in a weekend. free car, airbags!? wrap, and biting the rwb look with wheels... makes no sense to me.
bakayaru 0versteer Totally agree with you. The BRZ and Jagermeister should be destroying this poll, but I guess Speedhunters is becoming less about speed and more about looks. Don't get me wrong, that Challenger is a pretty sweet car in its own way. But compared to the other cars on that list? Come on.