No, you’re NOT seeing double. This is just a taste of the duplication this year. We lost track of how many orange 1970 Boss 302 Mustangs were there for the taking. It’s not just a Russo and Steele thing. Want a 1957 Pace car?
|1957 MERCURY TURNPIKE CRUISER CONVERTIBLE PACE CAR $49,500|
4 Bugatti Veyrons. (Technically, there were 5 for a little bit, but I didn’t see the last one.) Not just the one for sale.
Why? Why the hell not? Who doesn’t want to see $10mm in Bugattis? Plus, that is kind of the B-J modus operandi: too many is not enough. More on that in some subsequent posts. For now, just enjoy the wretched excess of conspicuous consumption.
1981 Alfa Romeo GTV6, straight from the pages of R/T.
We first (re-)discovered the 1957 Lincoln Premiere when we stumbled upon three carcasses in Miami AZ. Before then, Lincolns older than 1960 just didn’t register. Now you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting one, or so it almost seems. We saw the Barrett Jackson convertible. Not to be outdone, Russo and Steele checks in with a Coco Chanel hardtop.
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No – they don’t.
These are two different pink Lincolns. Look at the turn signals Continue reading “Do my Eyes Deceive Me?”