Here is some motivation to get you through the week
I love a good Murcielago
There are just 8 days left until the start of Monterey Car Week 2016. Going back to 2014, here’s two of the last of the old school V12 Lambos in a Monterey garage: a Murcielago SV and a Diablo.
A Lamborghini Countach. Update: Looks like it is a replica. Le sigh.
Weather was hot... Cops were thick as thieves... All ingredients for a sub par experience at Cars and Coffee Dallas. The first can’t be helped, this is Texas after all, and a year is not complete without getting close to heat stroke due to your love for cars and the creative process. The second... well. We got those…
Have a Miura.
This week’s Cars & Coffee Car of the Week is a Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 that I spotted at Hunt Valley Horsepower in Cockeysville, MD.
All Huracan’s must be orange because of the three I have seen in the wild every one has thus far been orange. But who cares if the owner has poor taste in color when you hear that V10 all is forgiven.
Another great day, flanked by bad weather on both sides. Sometimes I truly think the car gods are keeping the weather at bay so Cars and Coffee can go on.
I only learned about this show the day before it happened. About a week ago a family friend of Chandler’s put up a Facebook post.
A great concours event today in La Jolla, California. Enjoy the photo dump.
The weather was great over the cars and coffee weekend. People showed up in droves and I had to park in the boonies again due to my inability to get up early.
Went to the Exotics @ RTC show this morning, where I saw many cool cars and a lot of people, but failed to meet up with any of the other Opponauts who went too. In addition to the veritable flood of Lambos, Ferraris, and Porsches, there were some rare and unique things there—I think my favorites were a Rauh-Welt…
Some turned out well, some could’ve benefited from a better lens, most would’ve benefited from a better technique. Oh well.
Here are some of the official pictures...
“He is a killer. He is lazy, he doesn’t want to participate. He does his own thing, waiting for somebody to make a mistake. And then when he gets you, he wallops you, and he doesn’t let up.”
- Jesús Esteve (Matador)