Category Archive: 'Ed’s Cars'
Here are a few pics of the car taken by a friend of mine. You can see more of his work on Instagram @72.photos.
I have owned several Land Rovers over the last 15 years and I have loved each one of them in spite of their unending flaws. My first car was a 1995 Discovery that developed a tractor like knock and had engine failure around 180k miles. I had a 2003 Discovery for a few years that […]
Rob Ferretti has been a good friend for several years now. He was in Atlanta for some meetings and came by to see me at VINwiki. While he was here, he asked if he could take a look at the Manual Transmission Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 that I have been daily driving for the past few […]
I purchased this M5 is January of 2015 with 68,683 miles. In the fall of 2015, my brother needed a car and began driving it. Since then, he has taken a job overseas and no longer requires it so the car is for sale. I looked for months for a V10 M5 that I could […]
It was a beautiful day in Atlanta so I went out with a friend to snap a few pics of the Ruf and the Murcielago. Contact Evan @atl.cars on IG if you would like some similar shots taken of your car! First, the 2006 Ruf RT12S: And the manual 2007 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 in Grigio […]
In 1985, the year I was born, Brumos Audi in Jacksonville, FL modified Quattro 4000S sport sedans to celebrate Brock Yates and Cannonball. They were numbered out of 12. When I found out about the existence of the cars a few years ago, I thought it would be amazing to own one. Obviously a lot […]
It has been a while since I made a list of the cars that I have owned. Here is an updated list. I like to keep this current so that if the cars sell to someone new they can contact me. Great to see how far they travel. 2007 Lamborghini LP640 Coupe – Grigio Telesto/Nero […]
I replaced my unicorn car – the manual LP640 – with the only thing that made sense… Another one. I know there is some sentiment that the manual cars are over-hyped but I continue to beg to differ. The Murcielago in any form is the best supercar bargain out there but the sequential cars generally […]
I have thoroughly enjoyed this car over the past 9 months but I am at a bit of a cross road. The S55 and the CL55 need quite a bit of work. I am either going to park them until another cross country driving occasion demands their resurrection and daily the Ruf or I am going […]