Delivering pizzas in small-town Indiana isn't always as boring as it sounds...
ZR1 making his own parking spot (not entirely a dick move, the lot he's in has ridiculously narrow spaces)
One-upsmanship, E46 edition.
Enclave Rendezvous (thanks, Tuned-Port-Injected-Rage and exizeo for calling my bullshit).
Somehow this thing was more impressive than the GT-R.
For some reason super-nice cars park outside our pizza place (that's our awning and you can just barely see my Focus in the parking lot on the other side of the building).
This was just the next building over and across the street on Friday night...
and Saturday night.
Old England's running a bit rich...
Candidate for the best road-trip car ever.
Another GT-R, probably my brother's friend's dad's car (there's 2 black ones in town that both have Ball State license plates).
Still the best-looking M3 IMO.
Remember kids, money doesn't buy taste.
Dropped by the shop that put in my springs to pay them and this is some of the cars they were currently working on. Not pictured is a '68 Charger and C2 Corvette.
ST, my SVT, and (as noticed by twinturbobmw) an S6.
Don't know what this guy did to his Evora but damn does it sound good (we can hear him drive by inside the kitchen at work).
XJS V12 with Massachusetts plates. I'm not sure which I'm more impressed by: the balls of the owner to actually start driving it all the way here or that it actually made it.
And ending with one of the high school janitors' cars.
Weirdly enough, all but two or three of those pics were taken within about a mile of each other, with half of those within a quarter-mile stretch of road behind our restaurant.
Other cars I saw but didn't get a shot of: a Lotus Exige 260 driving in the rain, a 991 GT3 that wasn't on fire, a Dinan E46 and an E93 M3 in the same garage, an orange Maserati GT Stradale cabrio, two C7's (one of which was hnng Lime Rock Green), two more Bentley GT's (we have a dealership here so there's even more than that running around this town), and the usual multitudes of BMW's, Mercedes-Benzes, and Audi's of the upper-management types and their soccer mom wives that clutter our roads with their inattentive driving. All in all a good couple of days.