Let’s talk about road trips.
So rad, so hypno, so manual.
Both of the cars are listed for roughly the same amount of money, have done the same amount of kilometres and were both produced in 2005. Which is the best buy?
With the 12 hours of Sebring coming up this weekend, here are some photos I took at the 58th running.
I’m thinking about going to look at a 2004 996 911 in my general area and was wondering if anyone would be willing to lend any advice? I’m looking at value vs price vs whatever and would just appreciate any knowledge dropped on me.
What do you reckon a $95,000 Panamera Sport Turismo will depreciate to in 5 and in 10 years?
Turns 10a and 10b at Road Atlanta through a 400mm lens.
Had a meeting with them and visited the museum afterwards. Opened 935 is awesome 935. Other cool cars too!
F355s are a relatively rare exotic sight these days—newer models are seen much more often.
A 911R and 918 showed up today to the Cars and Croissants event today. The 911R is quite charming in person. Bonus GT3RS because why not.
525,600 minutes: according to RENT, that’s one way to measure a year. On the surface, that’s not actually that much. I mean, $525.6k couldn’t even buy you a Veyron. But 525000+ moments so dear, each one more fleeting than the last? It can change a life. As can drinking that many cups of coffee.
Walked out of my office to this scene just now. Flat engines assemble!