What happens when you go carspotting during Pebble Beach weekend? Well, sometimes you randomly bump into the man who designed the legendary Ford GT, with his car parked right on the street.
Even the traffic jams at Pebble Beach are better than you. Yesterday, while jumping from the Legends of the Autobahn to The Quail we ran into a Tucker 48. In traffic. I may have screamed “OH MY GOD TUCKER, TUCKER, TUCKER!” a few times.
I visited Osterode a few days ago to lick some sheet metal. The local Classic Car Club invited owners for the 15th time to park their beloved vehicles on the old market square and in the streets of the historic city center.
I try to visit Monaco as often as I possibly can. If you're a car enthusiast, I'm sure you already know exactly why this is: because I enjoy sipping lukewarm table water and spending 19 Euro for a slice of pizza.
The Bertone Mantide was introduced in 2009 and based on the Corvette ZR1. There were supposed to be 10 of them built, and they are slightly more expensive than a ZR1 at $2 million each. There's one in Massachusetts. And the owner, who is a hero, drives it.