This car seriously takes my breath away
Excited to see this for the first time. Can’t wait to see them on the road

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This car is stunning!! Absolutely love it.

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The 5th or 6th one I’ve seen but still gorgeous.

Everyone here probably has their list of holy grail cars they want to see before they die, sort of like a bucket list. On top of my list is the Mclaren F1. A car I never thought I would see unless I went to Monterey Car Week or an automotive museum like Petersen. Well today I did the latter by attending the Japanese Cruise-in and then paying to enter the museum.

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Going to the Petersen has been on my list for a long time now, especially since I live in LA, so I took advantage of the chance to see some really cool Japanese cars and amazingly beautiful vehicles that put a smile on my face.

The top 3 car I wish to see before I die are the Mclaren F1, Toyota 2000GT and Lamborghini Miura. These three cars are to me the pinnacle of automotive beauty and performance. I could literally stare at these cars for hours maybe even days and still be amazed.

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Living in LA has given me the opportunity to see all kinds of cars simply by going to a car show or driving down the right street at the right time. I’ve seen everything from a Mclaren P1 GTR to nicely tuned FR-Ses. I see nice cars while I’m driving around running errands, going to class and pretty much everywhere else. I know it can be easy to be jaded by all of this but somehow I’m not, at least not yet...

So even though seeing cars at a museum is different than turning your head when you see one on the road, just the experience of see it in real life not just in pictures is mind-blowing. Today I saw two of the three cars on my list and I can’t stop smiling when I think about that F1. But that’s it, being a car enthusiast to me is not just about driving the coolest car made today but to appreciate the cars that got us here. I live for cars, they are one of the few things on earth that make me happy unconditionally.

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Enjoy the photos from the museum taken with my phone. (yes, no fancy cameras here)