RIP. Beautiful animal.
I am a huge jackass, but there are bigger jackasses.
With the A45 AMG, RS3, Focus RS, Golf R, and upcoming Civic Type R, I really wonder what the mood is in Subaru’s board meetings since opting for a sedan only STi.
As a person who has made the drive between Houston and Los Angeles more times than I’d care to count - that speed limit needs to be raised to “How fast can you get the heck out of this damn state?”
Fact: Such is the sexy fury of a V-12 Aston Martin that when one hits redline, two women and one man instantly become pregnant.
To be fair, it is Italy. It’s not safe to assume that anyone is following traffic rules.
I still have it in my garage, an all-time favourite! Well-executed ad that people are still learning about in marketing101...this one also fits the topic-ish, but it’s not as good:
Who’s happy with only two seats?
“Smart” terrorism, as practised by the IRA is what it is. You get all the benefits of a terrorist attack (which, despite what some would have you believe is not the damage it is the disruption) without having to utilize any assets. Just call in a few bomb threats, let the authorities got on with disrupting their own…
full brakes will be applied.
I’d like to add a corollary to that first statement. My dentist of choice once owned a ‘90s BMW (either a sporty two-door or a sporty four-door, none of that low-grade ragtop convertible nonsense), then bought a Prius after the BMW got too expensive to own. Every time she talks about the Prius, she compares it very…
Trying to get my wife to get one of these, among too many other cars. Also this:
What a gift Rockstar has given us with GTA 5! It still makes me laugh harder than most comedies.
I like this one. Most people have no idea who built my car. A tourist once asked, “Is that a Ferrari?”
I didn’t know that existed. Will have to lookup tonight
This is literally everything I’ve ever wanted... a reliable Disco! Alas, it just wasn’t meant to be. Sad.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: most people with money to blow on cars are actually unbelievably nice and just want to talk cars.
I don’t think it’s necessarily conspicuous consumption in Doug’s case, though, in that he only keeps the cars for year (I believe), so he’s really just playing the depreciation game. Also, I assume he writes off a large portion of the costs on his taxes since he’s technically owning them for his job. He buys awesome…
The biggest thing going against it is it looks like a Prada handbag.