Imola red e46 BMW M3 (currently with the adhesive advertisement wrap from my previous
business taken off and back to the original red color)
Breitling Airborne Navitimer
Breitling Super Avenger - White Dial, Arabic Numbers
I guess I'll show off how much of a big baller I am. haha... not really.
My goofy mug with the SuperOcean:
The weekend car:
The "other" car:
My Every Day Driver I Have A Big Carbon Footprint, I am a Gas Station Owners Best Friend
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Did you get to keep the "accessories" when you traded in your 'Vette?
You have to have an absolutely enormous watch and wear ridiculous Oakley sunglasses to get that term.Audi A6 Avant. The dreaded Audi/Breitling combination - I am therefore what Jeremy Clarkson would term a "c*ck".
Me, I... don't drive. At least for another three months. Why the state of North Carolina considers having heart surgery and Marfan's potential disqualifiers for passing the driving part of Driver's Ed, thereby making me wait to get my LLP until September, and not June, when my birthday is, thereby making me wait to get my full license until September of this year.
When I do drive, I have no idea what I will. Maybe an older, James Bond generation 7-series. Maybe a older Land Cruiser tricked for off-roading. I honestly don'y know.
If it helps any, my mom wears an Aquaracer with/ MOP and diamonds and drives a 128i. My dad wears a black-faced Superocean and drives either a Porsche 997s, in silver, or a Porsche 911 from 1991, convertible, in candy red. My elder brother wears a PRC200, black on black, and drives a 2004 325i.
Breitling-Superocean Steelfish; Borealis-Estoril 300 Bulova-Vintage Tuning Fork, Adventurer; Casio-MDV106; Helgray-Silverstone; Invicta-8926 OB; Locman-Stealth Chrono; Rossling & Co. Founder's Edition; Orient- Mako II; Redwood- Flagstaff; Smiths-Everest; Timex-Weekender; Tissot-Quadrato Chrono; Wenger- Aerograph Cockpit
I drive this:
At home, I drive this: