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SledNeck

What is the best looking car in NASCAR in your opinion?

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I like the whole Crown Royal scheme. Maybe thats because Im a little biased toward their wonderful product!

This is what the 26 car looks like for the first lap until he starts smashing into people and causing huge wrecks

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I also like this car's look WAY better than M&Ms

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I tend to like the more plain paint jobs. My favorite now is the 39 Army car with the flat black, yellow and camo.

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Best looking car of all time!

For now though, I would have to agree with you sled, J.Mac's car is pretty cool.

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I like Jr's scheme. Clean and a little old school.

Don't know if this is popular knowledge on this board or not but Jr made up the scheme with the help of a guy he got to know in an on line racing site (gaming site).

They liked each other's taste and hooked up to design last year's 88.

I'm bummed the 14 doesn't do it for me. I'm hoping Lagano learns how to drive quick! smirk

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Originally Posted By: s2h

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Best looking car of all time!

For now though, I would have to agree with you sled, J.Mac's car is pretty cool.

ABSOLUTELY....The coolest car ever!!!

I always kind of liked the old Tide car Ricky Rudd use to run way back when. Not sure why though?

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I think the 31 cat car looks pretty good too. I am unable to post a pic. I alway liked the look of the Blue Duece as well. Haven't always cared for the dirver, but paint scheme is classic. And, I agree, the 26 is pertty cool.

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Gee I figured someone would have said no. 18 after its been totaled. grin

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Gee I figured someone would have said no. 18 after its been totaled. grin

Even though I would boo him at the track, I think those M&M paint jobs are actually fairly clever sometimes. They do change them around from time to time.

DD

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I'm biased towards the 88 as I have been a lifelong Earnhardt fan. I think his cars are kinda lame but seeing him race in person was cool.

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My favorite car in NASCAR is a no-brainer, though. #1 Truex:

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Yeah I have always liked the 1 car also.

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Gee I figured someone would have said no. 18 after its been totaled. grin

I keep a picture of it behind a wrecker from Daytona on my desk at work!

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I would have to go with the Bud car, Even if it has a #9 on it now.

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the 96 ASk.com car I think is pretty lame, same with the Biffs 3M paint scheme.

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How about the worst looking car?

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Oh wait....you said the worst looking car, not the worst looking driver. Oops crazygrin

Seriously, though. I've never cared for the UPS cars:

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Based on what I think that paint scheme represents. I think its pretty dang cool.

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Yeah I agree with you there. But just looking at the car, its pink with a couple stirpes.

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Sledneck, the Biff doesn't even come close to that ugly thing called Kyle Busch.

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Sledneck, the Biff doesn't even come close to that ugly thing called Kyle Busch.

I guess maybe I just dont spend the time judging the looks of the drivers...........

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