The end of an era, at least for me🤷‍♂️

Oct 17, 2020,05:05 AM

Yesterday I said goodbye to most likely my last sports car!
Lots of nice and not so nice memories(three points in my license).
Time for something more domesticated...

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Maybe go full electric? [nt]

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : October 17th, 2020-07:34

My kids

 By: Jurry : October 18th, 2020-02:01
Gave my kids electric cars on batteries when they were 6-7 Lousy toys Nothing changed with current battery cars, if its supporting only its mainly marketing and emission numbers, if full electric you cant travel more then few hours Gas it works perfect, a... 

Austin mini and another watch

 By: danielsyoga : October 17th, 2020-09:31
Even though YOU !!can afford other things why not try the feisty good looking mini , a good bike to ride , exercise, yrr favourite online worker support group for coved, and of coarse another watch

We live with

 By: Weems@8 : October 17th, 2020-06:28
It must be very hard to end with that lovely Brabus. The next car is not easy, while replacing the best on the market. I have the same with my Honda, which i can not find a car better. The only option is a fine Porsche 911. I think about a Honda fit or a ... 

Parking a Bentley on 174th street NYC!?

 By: myles721 : October 17th, 2020-07:00
I’m surprised the Bentley police haven’t confiscated your vehicle 🤭😱🤨

How could I have missed that 🤨

 By: myles721 : October 17th, 2020-08:40
Amazing they weren’t sued over the logo.

Thats not a sports car but a very nice highway monster.

 By: Tegis : October 17th, 2020-07:24
Dont doubt it can take a turn with some speed but nah still not a sports car in my book.

That Brabus does crazy well i know.

 By: Tegis : October 17th, 2020-08:03
No one needs a 900ps gwagen but oh boy they build it anyway.

Great MB Beast .

 By: Watchonthewrist : October 17th, 2020-07:38
Still got my C63 , still can’t part from it even after all these years . Hardly drive it anymore

I wish I could start downsizing but i am not there yet 😬

 By: Watchonthewrist : October 17th, 2020-12:17
Like my watches I can’t get part from my beloved cars and motorbikes 🤦🏻‍♂️

Great vehicle and hard to replace

 By: batholith : October 17th, 2020-12:55
but no need to give up on sports cars! Perhaps something vintage, small and not high powered? Perhaps an Alfa from the 50's-60's? Especially being that you only need it for the weekends.

Yes, that sounds right up my alley.

 By: ZSHSZ : October 17th, 2020-15:16
The truth is that I liked this car so much that I never looked at anything else, so I’m out of the game so to say, I have a lot to learn and definitely test drive😜

Sounds like a great dilemma to have!

 By: batholith : October 17th, 2020-16:32

Wow ho ho stop:

 By: Jurry : October 18th, 2020-01:58
Your last sports car? Something more domesticated? What you have is a very domesticated sports car, Keep it, you know you’re gonna buy one again unless you’re like really really old but since you post this message, you cant be that old

Hahahaha, nicely put!

 By: ZSHSZ : October 18th, 2020-02:51
Old is all relative as we know it, so let me rephrase, I’m getting more rational )) Hope all is well with you, and that lovely perpetual of yours get lots of wrist time...😉

Old is mostly in your head. After a lifetime of small responsive "sports cars" (no back seat other than the tiny 2+2 rear seats in the Supra MKIV) I now have three "boxes". '13 Fit, '19

 By: InDebtButOnTime : October 18th, 2020-10:43
Mazda CX-3 and '18 Macan GTS. Never been without a true sports car or manual shift car before. They're all great cars in the current stable, the GTS does have very good performance... but something's missing. Love horsepower but some pervious cars have pr...