Our friend’s garage (posted with his kind permission). All we can say is – game over. He wins.
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We recently had this Colt Speed engine cover custom painted in Lambo Orange for a customer. We added new decals on top with a clear coat to seal it all in.
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How’s this for a statement. These sure look like machined carbon fiber Lamborghini emblems to me. Lamborghini is not playing around with their LP-700. For those that already have the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak carbon fiber bezel watches…now you can get a Lambo to match that machined carbon fiber goodness!
Oh…here’s one of the new leaked picture that everyone should rightfully be circulating. Expect those Murcielago used prices to drop with the quickness!
I just wanted to repost this in case you missed it. Two incredible cars in the same blue color (great color choice for these cars). Apparently they are owned by the owner of Harrods UK and were parked outside the store. Pretty crazy.
My friend Dan Harman had mentioned this on his personal blog and I wanted to share it here.
I’ve been a reader of Garage Life magazine in Japan for years and although this home feature is not from Garage Life, it represents everything that I love about the magazine and about garage-centric architecture found in Japan.
Seriously…who here wouldn’t kill for a home that has a living room with a drop away floor that lifts up your Diablo or your Countach.
This is a fine example of a perfect home for car lovers. It is one of many things that Japan has a thriving sub-culture for.
I always manage to end up with various amazing car pictures that I save on my desktop. I browse a handful of blogs each day and people often send me emails and links to things that I find cool. There’s no point of just keeping them on my desktop when I can share, so I’m introducing this new ongoing series of posts as table scraps. They’ll just be pictures that I personally find cool.
Lets kick it off: