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MY 10 most beautiful cars in the world

The list we should really all be thinking up. Have a look and go compare!

This has been done a few times recenty and I was thinking it'd be cool if people were like nominating other people to release their lists or something but I don't know if that'll catch on.

Think ALS Ice Bucket challenge system, but without the fundraising, and the ice or the bucket for that matter. Anyway I gave this list 'some' thought and you may be amazed to hear it's not full of below-average budget hatchbacks! *cough cough Kia Ceed GT*. I actually took a look into the past for a few of my options, in the interests of leaving no era unconsidered. So here's my top 10, hope you like and if you don't, well we won't lose sleep over it.

***In no particular order because I am sort of finding new ideas as I go***

#1 ~ Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale:

Actually this would be the no.1 if I were ordering them. It has not and never will be beaten. I am nearly sure of it.

Actually this would be the no.1 if I were ordering them. It has not and never will be beaten. I am nearly sure of it.

It's the most beautiful car in the world, I am convinced. 'Nuff said.

#2 ~ Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato:

As people often recite, "cars will never be the same again".

As people often recite, "cars will never be the same again".

The beauty of this car perhaps lies in its ability to be wonderous from any angle and at any distance anyway. The curves and the puzzled look it poses bashfully on its adoring face visualises the wonder of a 1960s Aston. It's as stunning as it it is shiny in that image.

#3 ~ Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato:

What a maaaaachineee

What a maaaaachineee

Aston to Aston I guess. This DBS takes a 2020s stance on the 1960s classic you just saw, but transforms into a near unrelatable car in the process. Yet it feels right in this form, a nod to old times made very new, this car is in my opinion the best looking machine Aston have ever produced. It's aston-ishing even.

I did not just say that. Moving on, as much as I'd love to stay and stare.

#4 ~ Bentley Speed Six Gurney Nutting Weymann Saloon:

Well I guarantee you weren't betting on that.

Well I guarantee you weren't betting on that.

I THINK I've seen a speed six in a nearby vintage museum a few years back, but I remain unsure, who knows maybe I'll revisit someday soon. Regardless I fell for this car recently and despite loving the coupe roofline, have found that the saloon is so much more regimental looking and slightly more iconic if I may. This special special special edition is to summarise, special.

#5 ~ Jaguar XJ6

Is anyone deserving of this thing?

Is anyone deserving of this thing?

The XJ6 simulates a physical embodiment of 'being perfect'. And it wasn't perfect, but it looked it. Everything about it's defined presence cumulates to make the most magnificent saloon car we may ever lay our eyes on. Most of us just virtually.

#6 ~ Lamborghini Miura:

I guess it was coming regardless of its position.

I guess it was coming regardless of its position.

Remember this list isn't ordered correctly, or this would be further up I assure you. The dream car of pretty much every motoring enthusiast I can imagine, the Miura has it all. For me it's mainly the wild body shape, or the grin that it boasts, one reflected on nearly all of the faces in its presence. I like Lamborghini today, I really do. But this is certainly the prettiest ever.

#7 ~ Alpine A110:

Not the new one, though that is intself nearly worthy of inclusion.

Not the new one, though that is intself nearly worthy of inclusion.

Alpine is best known for two cars. The A110, and the A110. The latter of the two is really just a revival of the former. But even with its set of awesome looks, it'll never beat its fore father. The bug lightssssssss. If the french have got anything right, and it's easy to assume they haven't, it's this.

#8 ~ Rolls Royce Phantom:

Isn't that just the pinnacle of menacing?

Isn't that just the pinnacle of menacing?

I knew previous to writing that this choice would be easily the most controversial. After all, ten spots in all of automotive history. But let's face it, the Phantom is the King of luxury in the car world. And in my eyes at least, it's the sort of 'Car Overlord', like the Queen to her Commonwealth and so on. It's at the very top and has no real challengers in its path. It is world class luxury, and absolute world class beauty to match.

#9 ~ Porsche 904 Living Legend

They named the car after my opinion on it.

They named the car after my opinion on it.

Oh that feeling of knowing what could've been. The 904 Living Legend brings this emotion to the automotive world with its series of once unseen concepts. And this sub 1000kg sports coupé was clearly just too bewildering for us mere mortals. The fact that no single part of this car doesn't display a long, dramatic bend is what really seals the deal. The elegance is unmatched in its photo form, imagine what the sight in reality. Also, looks almost better from the back.

Yes. Speedtail vibes.

Yes. Speedtail vibes.

And the final selection: #10 ~ Ferrari 288 GTO

Oh yes!

Oh yes!

Not the F40 you say? No not the F40 I say. Stop talking about the bloody F40 and dedicate more appreciation to this thing is what I sAy. The way the front of this car sticks it so boldly and the vent in the side of the door are just two of the whacky features that make this car so memorable to me. The supercar vibes are real and I really love this Ferrari for just that.

Now get rating!

Shocked that I wasn't streamline enough to include the 250 GTO and E-Type? Feel free to hurl abuse in the comments because we aren't into the usual over sensitivity on my posts. Otherwise feel free to make your own lists so I can see your own choices too, and tag other people perhaps who you'd like to nominate to make one! Thanks for reading.

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