It's an old house you got, thought they got all vandalized by communist PGRs or transformed into appartments.
Not all of them apparently. There never was PGR (State Agricultural Farm for those who don't know what PGR is) around these parts, probably because of lack of large agricultural fields or poor quality of soil. This home was in hands of local farmer, who didn't pay attention to it and the building fell into ruin. We bought literally half of the house and rebuilt whole rest. And I really don't know why communists didn't use this building for another purposes? Mostly they were making schools in big old mansions, but this one was left empty.
Why would anyone be debadging a car as rare as a CSI (like 1500 made). I could see it being a more common 850i or 850ci.
Most CSI's I see online usually have M-Parr's or Throwing Stars, even a few with staggered Style 5's. Those look to have uglier, cheaper E65 wheels on it. Does not add up.
Indeed that's no CSI; it has the "Dumbo" wing mirrors, whereas the CSI gets sexier M Sport items. Unsure whether the exhaust tips should be square instead of round: AFAIK only the V8s boast square pipes.
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Some rich bastard, who loves the Gym, pulled up at the Gym by my house. It's a Gallardo convertible, not to sure of the year. But he did have a sh*t load of interior mods (Gold accents and the like) along with a custom plate. http://t.co/rQcIKwXk
Speaking of which, I've also seen Gallardo Roadster today, but in light blue color. I didn't take the pic, because: 1) it was driving on the street 2) it's not the type of car I would like to take pic of.
Side pipes are over rated to me. My Dad had a '73 454 Vette in Daytona Yellow with the side pipes. Was great fun to ride around in, but every time you'd get out of it there's a 50% chance you'd burn the f*ck out of your leg.
saw a Ford Shelby Cobra and Lamborghini Gallardo in NYC and the BMW 7 series behind it. Taken on the Highline Park about 1/2 mile from the Javitz Center when the NY Car Show was going on, didn't get to go though.
Just saw these while dropping a shipment off at Manchester Airport. Not sure what kind of Lambo it is, but it was nice! Being flown out to Hong Kong or something, not sure exactly but its something to do with import duty is so expensive on new cars into countries like thailand etc is really high, so they fly them to hong kong and say they are second hand when taking them over the borders.
Out on my driving lesson today I got caught in a supercar sandwich. There was a red Ferrari F430 spider in front of me and a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder behind me. Oh the joys of driving through affluent Stoke on Trent.
Also saw a '70 AAR Cuda yesterday at a stop sign, lime green. Owner lives down in town. A guy on the same road has a Studebaker hot rod pickup. Monday night car shows are starting back up so I'll hopefully have some pics next week.
I'll link the next few. Some turned out kinda crappy.
The last one broke down in front of us when we went to pull out.
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