Before Lamborghini made cars with angles sharper than Wendy’s twitter responses, the Italian automaker made cars that were unquestionably timeless works of art. With examples of Lambo’s vintage roots becoming harder to come by, cars like the ones for sale by comedian Adam Carolla should light fires under the asses of…
It's easy to get lost in great cars, and it's especially easy among the jaw-dropping historics of the Amelia Concours D'Elegance. But there's more to it all than the machines themselves.
Oh look, it's a $150 million dollar stream of Ferrari 250 GTOs. Must be Amelia Island.
Remember that Ferrari FF on the ferry you saw earlier heading to the prestigious Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance? Here's how not to unload it.
What you see here is a flock of the most desirable Ferraris ever built — all assembled on a single ferry. That includes a huge percentage of the entire GTO production run. An estimated $160 million worth of Italian metal calmly crossing the sea. Even the police escort is impressed. What's going on here?