I went to the Seacoast Cars and Coffee car show this past Sunday in Portsmouth, NH when I heard two kids ask the driver of a Gallardo if he was going to a car show at the local high school. So I went to that show, too.

There were three Gallardos in attendance.

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Yes, that is an S4 Avant V8 six speed!

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Such a gorgeous car.

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This was in a GS 300, and is apparently one of the faster imports at the local drags.

I about pissed myself when this pulled in. I have a few Hot Wheels of it and always dreamt of seeing one. Certainly worth going just to see this car.

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Gotta love some early Viper!

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I don’t personally like GM products at all, any of them, but for those of you that do, enjoy.

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The owner of this was super cool. Very nice guy, he even let my friend’s girlfriend sit in it and explained to here what all the switches do. Yes, I know it is ‘just’ a California.

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I actually know that owner of this Ferrari, he is the one that chopped the roof. He does all sorts of work on classic exotics, Lamborghinis, Maseratis, Jaguars. He actually just finished putting an XJ-S race engine in an XK. He is also doing a V8 swap in a Maseratie Mistral and building a 250 GTO replica from scratch, which should be easier since he used to actually one of the real ones.

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It’s like three of my Subaru engines fused together.

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Airhead!

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428 Cobra Jet

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Upgraded brakes, obviously.

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This was packing a bunch of Andial parts, pinned block, GT1 spec turbos, Aerotek exhaust, and a few other goodies.

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