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post #286 of 445
During Art Basel Miami: Friends dads building had a couple million dollars worth per garage floor. Southampton over labor day: Bruges Milano Chicago NYC
post #287 of 445
I've seen a few Carrera GTs on the road in Austin. I lost my shit a couple of months ago when I saw an Enzo on the road.
post #288 of 445
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I do believe that is a DBS.

You are mistaken. It is a V12 Vantage.
post #289 of 445
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The Ferrari? I don't think they're bad at all.
I don't like shiny or ostentatious wheels on cars, so the Ferrari's wheels look fine to me, too.
post #290 of 445
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I don't like shiny or ostentatious wheels on cars, so the Ferrari's wheels look fine to me, too.
They shouldn't be shiny, but they are definitely outdated and too small for that car. The tires look like they're stolen off a toyota.
post #291 of 445
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They shouldn't be shiny, but they are definitely outdated and too small for that car. The tires look like they're stolen off a toyota.

I have to agree with you, the wheels do look outdated.
post #292 of 445
I like these much better. The offset/tire/wheel size here seems to work better. I think it offers a more aggressive stance. Something about the offset on that blue Ferrari makes the wheels look sunken into the frame-the wheel-well gap in the front is pretty bad too. Does anyone know what year it that sky blue model is?
post #293 of 445
I think the blue one looks downright awful. I am totally ignoring the badge when I say that. It has a late 80s / early 90s thing going on but doesn't pull it off as well as cars from that era.
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I like these much better. The offset/tire/wheel size here seems to work better. I think it offers a more aggressive stance. Something about the offset on that blue Ferrari makes the wheels look sunken into the frame-the wheel-well gap in the front is pretty bad too. Does anyone know what year it that sky blue model is?
This looks much better.
post #295 of 445
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Does anyone know what year it that sky blue model is?
It's a 612 Scaglietti (has a back seat), probably manufactured in the past few years.
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This looks familiar...Oceania Island Tower?
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This looks familiar...Oceania Island Tower?
La Perla, right next door. How did you know?
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La Perla, right next door.

My wife and I like to stay in London near a La Perla store. You see the most amazing stream of cars and female drivers stopping and popping in for something.
post #299 of 445
A friend of mine went to Cars & Coffee this morning and snapped this:



Now that is an exotic car.

--Andre
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A friend of mine went to Cars & Coffee this morning and snapped this:



Now that is an exotic car.

--Andre

Alpine white M3, nice!
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