Decades ago, during the golden age of coachbuilding, bespoke automobiles weren’t uncommon. Customers with enough capital could buy a chassis from any automaker and commission a custom, one-of-a-kind body from a coachbuilder like Touring Superleggera, Pininfarina or Bertone. Today, the alluring aspect of a car built…
Went on a 20 day trip through Europe earlier this summer. I saw many cool cars, these are a few of them.
You know the hour-long drive is worth it when the first thing you see as you walk into the shop is a RUF CTR3. One of six. But this was just the warm up, the opening act. Allow me to set the stage.
You know the drill.
Here I am, stuck working on a stats project about whether high schoolers prefer deodorant or cologne. It’s been an eventful night. Anyways, to pass the time, I’m curious, what is your ideal Mulholland/other curvy canyon car?
Just got home from work and absolutely thrilled with the feedback from the Maserati review I posted a few hours earlier. More after the Reventon.
This is the car I drove a few days ago. And boy do I have good things to say about it.
That dark green gets me every time.
Driving one of these tonight. Will report with findings. Keep in mind, my frame of reference is a Honda Odyssey. This’ll be fun.
Had a doctors appointment in Beverly Hills today, and I heard from a friend that the city’s McLaren dealer had the P1 GTR from yesterday. I couldn’t help myself. Plus the yellow P1 was a nice surprise.
Woke up early today for Ferrari/Maserati Day at Supercar Sunday at the Topanga Mall. I began to laugh hysterically when I saw the yellow and green livery. Check it out: