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Gross.   My brother threw down the deposit for the 3 and quizzed me why I didnt jump on the bandwagon. I'd rather wait to see the Y and what options pricing looks like. Also, I drive a V8 SUV and he's in a prius and retrofitted electric pickup, so maybe he's a bit more forward thinking...
Woof
ass so fat
i don't get it
I am disappoint. With your talk about obsessing over the contacter I took it as you had some friends on the inside and was hoping there was something new and interesting in the design. 
@ramuman you said you'd seen the 3 right? Did you like it or was it mostly another riff on the S and X shape?
I'm so curious to drive any of the models. brother and I got my dad good and drunk and I think we had him convinced to get the 3 when it comes out. 
Thanks for posting, that'll be my reading later tonight. I'd like to see a portfolio of his properties.  "A collection this big takes a lot of management, not least the dispersal between homes in New York State, Montauk, Colorado and Jamaica." http://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/ralph-lauren-colorado-ranch-slideshow#1 http://www.beautifullyseaside.com/2011/06/island-elegance-ralph-laurens-jamaican.html Now he's got me thinking of how I'd curate cars with my...
http://www.vanityfair.com/style/photos/2011/01/ralph-lauren-garage-slide-show-201101#19 Now I'm really interested in that RL auto collection book. It's funny to compare Leno's and Lauren's collections, though. They both have a undeniable passion for the history's for their cars but RL seems to put more weight in the pedigree and perfect examples of turning points in auto design whereas Leno enjoys the oddities and the individual stories and patina. Man, I'd love to walk...
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