NBC (ended 1989)
if you haven't seen this show you definetly gotta buy the dvd's or try to catch it on tv.i'm not hip to all of the specs. of both cars but i'm kinda twisted b'tween the 2, i like the daytona because of the different angles it was shot from mainly in season 1 and i like the scenes where crockett and tubbs were riding together with no dialogue, just silence and they still had chemistry during those moments and on top of that it was a drop top. but i like the testarossa because it seemed sleek and clean so to speak, plus i saw someone driving an all black one same model last summer and that engine sounds like a monster, i heard it even after it turned the corner. to sum it up i gotta go with the daytona, not that i dislike the test.because they shot it from different angles also but its just something about the daytona that i like it slightly more.
Huh, interesting viewpoint, I hadn't thought of that. I guess, the spider would be a better car to look at from different angles, I have seen a few Testarossas in real life, and it doesn't really matter the angle that you view it from, it is pretty square from all angles. I guess I see your point, and after having thought it over, they did actually built Daytona Spiders, where they never built a Testarossa convertible. Convertibles I think always have the edge in tv and movie production, because you can see the characters. Thanks for the thoughts.
|The T-rossa is one fine machine, but you have to love the Spider from season 1 with Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" playing in the background!|
The Testarossa gets my blood rushing -- even better if DJ's at the wheel, in his Raybans.
But my favorite car is the Lamborgini -- white, not yellow.
The ONLY car that can get away with that shade of yellow is theBarracuda DJ drove in "Nash Bridges".