As promised in my last post, here are the pictures from Parking Foch. The garage itself is huge, about a kilometer long with four rows of parking along the entire length and four levels. I walked all but the ultra–restricted bottom level, and saw some pretty impressive stuff. Classics, ultra high end sports cars, super luxury, and the just plain weird. So many Maseratis and Phantoms I stopped counting, and tons of lower level Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Unfortunately, this encounter was completely serendipitous, so all I had on me was my appalling phone camera. Enjoy!

Two sad looking short wheelbase MB 600s, covered in dust with sagging pneumatic suspensions.

Dat air suspension doe. Poor thing : /

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This is right by the entrance on the Étoile side.

And across the aisle from those cars.

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An old Rolls with a nifty paint job.

G55 AMG

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Vantage, I think.

Rolls Royce Ghost

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DB9 drop top.

The posh cousin and rugged cousin (who both come from a posh family)

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The city also uses this garage to store part of their fleet of municipal vehicles, which consists of tons of awesome Land Rover and Toyota trucks.

Six door W220

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Somebody’s wrenching down here!

A caged kitty (except it was actually badged as a Daimler, not a Jaguar).

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The daily Porsche and the weekend Porsche.

Ferrari FF

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Gallardo spyder

Any guesses as to what’s under here?

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E–type, so recognizable.

One of the strangest finds: an old Chrysler GTO turbo.

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If your guess for the covered car was an Aston Martin DB6, you were right!

Another old roller with Cadillac roof treatment. Except this guy went full grey poupon and had the A–pillars done too.

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One of the many, many six figure cars covered in dust.

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Ferrari F355 Spider.

Also dusty.

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V8 Ford Explorer, weirdly enough.

Big old two door Bentley.

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Any guesses as to what this one is? I couldn’t identify it off of those gills alone.

A covered Rolls, apparently trapped. Seriously, I don’t know how they got this thing in there. A 358–point turn maybe?

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Really unusual find in Europe: last generation Mustang.

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Another dusty old Roller.