Category Archive: 'Ed’s Cars'
I moved to a new home in Duluth in September of 2010. I was adamant that it have at least a 3 car garage (preferably 7) but Megan was adamant about a lot of other things. We ended up with a lovely home that has a 2 car garage. I still got to decorate it. […]
I have always loved Land Rovers. It is a car that you always love in spite of its faults. This was a great looking white/tan 2003 SE. It had all of the options but it had some real quirks. I bought the car with about 60k miles and sold it about 18 months later with […]
In 2007 I bought this car for a friend whom I owed a favor. He assured me that he would pay me back for it and, of course, never did. I didn’t see the car until 2009 but at that point I was the reluctant owner of a 1986 Porsche 944 Turbo. It was probably […]
In December of 2007 I bought a Ferrari 360 Spider. It was a Euro Car (There were no MY 2000) US cars. It was imported from Germany by AmeriSpec in 2001. Back then, 360 Spiders were bringing $150k over sticker in the US so it made sense. This car was Rosso Corsa over Crema with […]
This was actually the Ferrari that I owned for the longest amount of time. I traded the Pozzi Blue 360 Modena for this in July of 2007. It was the only one in the world painted this color – Bordeaux Pontiveccio. I bought it with about 6k miles and sold it right at 17k in […]
This was my first Ferrari. I bought it in December of 2006 with about 1,500 miles. It was one of the best looking Ferraris that I had ever seen. It was Pozzi Blue over Cuoio. It had Scuderia Shields, Daytona Seats, a Rear Challenge Grill, Navigation, and just about every factory option that was available. […]
A couple of my very good friends took these pictures of my Gallardo in 2006. I thought they came out very well.
In 2006, when I was 20 years old, I purchased my first Lamborghini. It was a 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo with 17k miles on it. It was Giallo Midas (pearl yellow) with a Nero Perseus Interior. It was an absolutely unreal car and was the first car in the fleet of Supercar Rentals. I sold the […]
After the Land Rover died I got a 2000 Audi S4. The 00-02 S4’s were called the B5 iteration with a 2.7 liter twin turbo V6. Champion Motorsport had modified my car with custom and APR components. It had their lightweight forged wheels, a full custom exhaust, short shift kit, APR ECU, APR Bi-Pipe, H&R […]
1994 was the first year that Land Rover imported the Discovery to the US. My father ordered one in 1994 that was delivered as a 1995 model. About 100,000 miles later this became my first car. It was fantastic. It was great off road, carried anything you could want, had waterproof seat covers, and was […]