They call them barn finds, those valuable cars that have sat for years unused in storage, then are discovered by chance - or a determined search - by enthusiasts. That was the case for this rare 1956 Mercedes-Benz 300SL.Read More
I have an unusual framed photo hanging on my garage wall. That's it above. And it's one that brings a smile to my face every time I look at it.
Because it's a picture of me, second from left, in a group of people, standing in front of a Porsche GT3. No - it's not mine.Read More
Winning is easy to understand when you relate it to finding a rare car on the road.
Here's why playing the same set of numbers as often as you can leads to more wins. What you are really doing when you play the lottery more frequently is increasing the opportunities to win, and this can be shown with this simple example.Read More
We all know about Ferrari. But a Vencer Sarthe - what the heck is that! Don't matter - these are some seriously different mechanical horses, and costly too even for a lottery winner. Take a look at the Rimac electric sports car and you'll agree it's a nice looking work of automotive art.
No longer will lottery winners have to face seeing bird droppings on their precious Ferrari roof when they're parked under trees In Rodeo Drive. This amazing - and expensive - cover will protect it! Then when you're ready to go camping, guess what it turns into at the press of a button. Buy several for all your cars!
This award-winning room on top of a luxury home in Hollywood was built just for one purpose - to enjoy a single car parked there. While it's not for sale, any lottery winner with over $200,000 could build one.Read More
Some lottery winners like to while away the hours polishing their extensive car collection, stopping only to relight their cigar and give instructions to the gardeners. Others travel deep in the forest of forgotten countries in search of barn finds - those lost, neglected autos in need of of complete repair and the replacement of almost everything on them. Their reward is yet even more money as these glistening treasures rack up intense public interest and get monster cash offers at auction.
It’s called the F5 Luxury Golf Cart, and if you want to get through the boring parts of your game - the travel between those little round holes - in style, then this $23,800 red electric wonder is the answer. Owning this will put lottery winners squarely in the 1% where they belong. You get a chrome tilt steering column, 15” custom rims and a 24mph motor.
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