Finally having finished processing the photos and video from my shoot at the Lingenfelter Collection, it’s time to start posting them in earnest. We’re going to start with some of the cars that I previously mentioned might be seen as out of place with the Ferraris and amazing Corvettes in the collection, but the presence of the Bitter, Pontiac Solstice (albeit with a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering LS3), a Cadillac XLR, Chevy SSR sport pickup, Bricklin SV1, Cadillac Allante, and Pontiac Fiero make sense. They’re all significant cars even if they weren’t Ferrari Enzos or Yenko Chevelles. For the sake of my friend and TTAC editor, Ed Niedermeyer, I’ve included the collection’s BMW M Coupe in this group, just to kid him about his clownshoe car. Of course the fact that someone with the automotive taste of Ken Lingenfelter thinks that the M Coupe is worthy of sharing garage space with a Ferrari F40 says more about the M Coupe’s worth than I ever could.
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