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You Can Pay Your Mortgage Or Lease An Aston Martin DB9 GT At A Special Rate

By   June 13, 2016

Aston Martin DB9 GT

Aston Martin DB9 GT

Have you wanted to drive a new Aston Martin? If you want anAston Martin DB9 GT then it will cost you a good amount of money. In fact a more affordable lease of the English performance car will likely cost you more than your monthly mortgage payment.

For $2,500 a month you can enjoy a DB9 GT. Obviously if you don’t have a very large budget then this is well out of your reach. Beyond this that price is a special price for US customers only in the moth of June.

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2015 Was A Great Year For Cars

By   January 5, 2016

2015 Car Highlights; Camaro SS

2015 Highlights

We are now a few days into 2016 and we hope it is going well for you thus far. For us 2015 was a very good year and it was a great overall year for the automobile.

The fact that the last half of the year saw gasoline prices plummet is music to any performance car owner’s ears. These lower prices have given us even more reason to take our pride and joy for some extra enjoyable drives.

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The Sports Car Guy’s European Car Of The Year

By   December 23, 2015

European Car of the Year

European Car of the Year

In our fourth annual awards there is probably no category more competitive than the European Car of the Year. The likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche battle it out in this category.

In this category we have four true supercars and a couple of great driving sports cars. Choosing between this lot is no easy task, but someone has to do it.

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Mecum Anaheim Classic And Collector Car Auction Takes In Over $13 Million

By   November 19, 2015

Ford GT

A 2005 Ford GT was the Top Seller at Anaheim Auction

Just a few days ago (November 12th – 14th) Mecum had their classic and collector car auction in Anaheim, California. The auction was very successful and saw 416 cars sold which totaled $13,853,225 in sales.

The auction featured some wonderful foreign and domestic automobiles. The top seller was a 2005 Ford GT that sold for $270,000. That’s not bad for a car that just 10 years ago sold new for $149,995. Keep an eye on these Ford GT prices as now may be the time to buy before prices skyrocket (they are already high, but at this rate they could double in just a few years time).

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