No envy. Lambo's seem like the kind of car thst would suit a mechanically inclined person .
But most lambo buyers? Unworthy.
Many modern Lambo buyers always seem to be in need of attention. Mrs. Dino, myself, and another couple who are car people traveled down to Connecticut for a big cars and coffee style show and it was a lot of fun. Also sorts of cars on display from vintage American and Euro to Japanese. So definitely something for everyone. But true to what I've seen up where I live, some guy probably with more money than class or brains driving a Lamborghini Murcielago shows up, needs some attention and starts revving the sh*t out of his car. The organizers had to ask him to stop the engine revving. It made the 60+ year old owner seem like an immature idiot.
Anyway, here are a few cool cars from the show.
Actually, this one wasn't at the show, but we saw it on the highway on our way to Connecticut on Saturday. Sorry not a great photo (driving into the sun and using and cell phone), but its late 1960's Ferrari 330GTC.
A very early 1970's deTomaso Pantera
A 1971 BMW "e9" 2800CS next to a 2002
For fans of Japanese cars this was really immaculate 280ZX.
A 1980's Avanti
An E24 1988 M6 next to a 1970s Z car
There were some really great cars there! It was one of the largest shows I've been to, and they really had everything from very clean original vintage cars to very heavily modded modern cars. I tend to take more photos of the old stuff than modern stuff, since you can usually plenty of modern cars at local dealers....and since my camera died early on at the show I was only able to get a few photos.