another wheel

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Because of the overwhelming success (based on a scientific statistical analysis, of the last wheel photo)  I decided to dig deeper to find another.  I was hoping I could convince the owner to move the car a bit to get the last two letters to show but he was nowhere to be found.  If this were my car I don’t think I would leave it unattended for very long.

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8 thoughts on “another wheel

  1. Linda Grashoff

    I think blocking out the rest of the word adds to the snob appeal. Like a privacy fence with broken bottles on the top. Or, if you don’t know what those last two letters are, you don’t count. I like the extreme crispness of this shot.

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  2. Howard Grill

    Cool photo. The question is, other than at a car show, where does one find a parked and unattended Lamborghini and then get close enough to it so that the bodyguards don’t start coming your way?

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Howard. Good question. Lambos are as rare as hens teeth here. This one had dealer plates but I don’t know of any Lamborghini dealers anywhere near here. But I guess dealer plates can go on any car.

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  3. LensScaper

    A rare beast – an opportunity well taken. A few weeks ago in my local town I spotted a McLaren P1 – rarer even than a Lambo. And me without my camera. I didn’t have the time to hang around to see who it belonged to. We do get a lot of high end sports cars around here as I am only a few miles from the Silverstone F1 circuit and that attracts some very big names for Track days when they can come and race their prize possessions on a real racetrack just for the sheer hell of it – and of course at totally illegal speeds.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Yes, any McLaren is extremely rare around here, too. I am determined to get a phone with a decent camera next time I have to trade this one in just for those times when the Nikon isn’t available.

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  4. TomDills

    We see a lot of those around here, but this is the “land of milk & honey.” Or at least the land of pro athletes and investment bankers. They still generally don’t trust the valets to park them though.

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