And now for something a little lighter in these heavy times. My field trip to Beverly Hills Car Club.
In light of the recent thread, and the fact that I now have lots of free time, I finally got around to editing this. No affiliation or overt endorsement. Nice selection, but caveat emptor.
All your videos deserve an
An Oscar from Oscar! I'd like to thank the academy....
As I have written prior, better than Disney Land if you are in LA. East LA!
Also, I found myself telling you in the video to stop, turn left ----ooh, go right, zoom in!
Thanks for the Trip report - did you see the Speedster under the tarp? It was to the right of the photo booth!
For years people had nothing good to say about the other purveyor of interesting cars
in Queens, NY
I visited there many times and saw some very good cars at good prices.
Often there were cars that were from long ownership, deceased spouses, uninterested
familys, law offices etc.etc.
Plenty of junk too.
It all depends on the car and your ability to know condition and value.
Eyes open is far better than fingers crossed.
Also, these businesses evolve from lowest common denominator up the scale to
better inventory and buying power.
I'll bet Ian saw some interesting cars.
I have no affiliation with either.
Great Video ! Surprised to see such a big operation. I thought they were just hustling junk cars.
Leaking roof = Cracked concrete = Rusting cars.........
Much more successful than opening Al Capone's vault.
On my list of places to go now!!!
You win Oscar.
Great video, I loved it. thanks ! Well done !
and you are right, place is big and selection/inventory is huge !
The only cars I saw that really interests me was the red fastback Mustang or the orange 911 and the Mangusta but thats way out of my potential price bracket. Not much for Jags or Mercs....
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