Its Friday, its the Vroom Room, come in enjoy the cappuccino and biscotti, join the conversation, leave a comment.
We are slowly catching up to a few items that were slightly behind, while being a little whimsical during this summer that is probably breaking records for miserable climatic conditions.
The pool with the chairs is whimsical.
Hopefully in the next few weeks we will be ahead of the 8 ball.
Simply scroll down to see our whims of this past week.
If you have not followed our Project 200K, we urge you to take a look. Why are we still tolerating this older 2003 E500 that is almost 12 years old now? As much as we can complain about the money we have spent/invested on this car (it would make monthly payments on a new vehicle). There is a patina, character, history about an older car that we find endearing, and is priceless.
Now that the Monterey events and Pebble Beach Concours are a done deal. Have you noticed that the price of some collectible cars are at "nose bleed" heights. Creating some memorable WoW moments. Lets give credit to the auction houses for their superb marketing efforts especially when it comes to establishing provenance and credibility for the various cars being sold.
The 375 MM Ferrari owned by Jon Shirley as best of show was totally cool.
Our habitual old race cars from the Rolex Monterey Reunion...enjoy!