Category Archive: 'Ed’s Cars'
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 […]
A couple weeks ago, Larry from Winning Automotive and I went out with David Patterson (“thatdudeinblue” on YouTube) as well as Peter and Dan from the VINwiki team. Larry got some amazing shots rolling down 85, on top of the Georgia Tech Hotel Parking Deck, near the Georgia Dome, and around Atlantic Station. Here they are.
I finally got around to doing some research to see how rare the Ruf RT12’s are in the US. I have been enjoying mine since picking it up in January but I did some browsing around the internet and social media and these are the ones that I have found. W09BD03866PR06060 – 2006 RT12S W09BD038X6PR06062 […]
A few nights ago I was headed back North from the city and it seemed like a great opportunity for a quick photo at one of my favorite spots – facing south on the 17th street bridge. I was driving the Ruf RT12S which I had been looking forward to taking a few more photos […]
I feel like you haven’t really owned a car until you take it on an epic road trip. Here is a list of some of the best drives that I have taken in my cars over the years: NY to LA in the Audi S4 on MTV South Georgia in a Ford GT Gallardo to […]
Over the past few weeks I have been thinking a lot about all of the cars that I have pursued, bought, sold, and enjoyed. One of my favorite parts of this site was building the list of cars that I have owned and including the identifying information so that future owners could find me. My […]
In 2006, when I was just 20 years old, I got a long term loan for my first exotic car. This was in the lending era that precipitated the recession of 2007-2010 and that meant that loans for ridiculous assets were much easier to come by than they are now. My rules of exotic car […]
Amir Ebrahimi, Christopher Rivera, and Bobby Shively recently came over to interview me for a segment about the 2013 Cannonball Record for Bleacher Report. To close out the day, they asked if I could get all of the cars together for a photo shoot. It was getting quite dark but I thought them came out great. Here […]
Yesterday there was a crew at my house from Bleacher Report working on a segment about me and the Cannonball Record. They wanted some shots of the 4 cars. I snapped a few. They came out rather grainy in the low light with my phone but here they are. This is the manual LP640, the […]