Will PD and Sony include all thesr modern cars like:
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Model: 400 SEL 6.9, 1975-81 (don't use the American version)
Although the 300 SEL 6.3 ( the world's first sleeper muscle car, also known as a Q-car) is already listed in our wish list, the 400 SEL 6.9 successor to the 300 was produced just before the US regulations started to cut into car horsepower in the mid-to late '70s. Very few units were made, so it is a rare car. The 6.9 was also a sleeper because the only outward difference between the 6.9 and the normal 400 SEL was the "6.9" badge on the rear end. Only a handful of cars made more horsepower than a 6.9, not a Vette or Ferrari 308. The Aston Martin Vantage V8 was one and only tractor trucks had more pull. It wasn't cheap, though, at a bit more than a Rolls-Royce. The 400 SEL 6.9, affectionately known as just a "6.9", was also raced although I haven't found a racing picture yet.
This was a heavy car with a 6900+ cc iron M100 V8 engine block (which held 12 quarts of oil, dry sump), but it had a self-leveling hydraulic suspension that made it very smooth to drive and it was the first car with anti-lock brakes. It was the invisible camera car in the French "Rendevous" movie Claude Lelouch made in 1976 (the 400 SEL 6.9 was used mainly because of its suspension and also because it was one of the "baddest" cars in its day), for example, and it shows up in Frankenheimer's Ronin and also Grand Prix.
Model: 8C 2300 coupe / Viotti body
I really hope GT starts adding some of the world's beautiful classics that are on show at Concours events, such as this one-of-a-kind Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 with the Viotti body, built on top of a Le Mans racer chassis (took 3rd place). One picture should be all it takes to convince Kazunori to do the right thing, but if you want more info, click the picture.